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March 07, 2012

Copps Gets Top CoSN Award

The former Federal Communications Commission Commissioner was awarded CoSN's annual Award for Excellence in Public Service.

December 30, 2011

The Five Biggest Ed-Tech Themes in 2011

In case you haven't read every single Digital Education entry during the last 12 months, here's a wrap-up of what we think were the five biggest ed-tech themes of 2011.

November 10, 2011

Midgley: Tech Needed to Achieve 2020 Goal

The U.S. ed-tech second-in-command aimed to assure technology advocates that the Obama administration understands the importance of educators' leadership.

November 08, 2011

ED Launches Registry; Microsoft Takes Over TEACH

Arne Duncan has had ed-tech in his crosshairs this week, appearing at the launch of one long-awaited digital initiative Monday before putting another in Microsoft's control Tuesday.

October 24, 2011

Ed-Tech Groups Lend Support to ESEA Rewrite

The inclusion of the ATTAIN Act is the key selling point for groups like CoSN, ISTE, SETDA, and SIIA.

October 20, 2011

FCC Chair: Private Sector Showing 'Serious Response'

But Julius Genachowski implored other companies to see the broadband gap as a business opportunity.

October 12, 2011

FCC Announces 'Connect to Compete' Partnership

Chairman Genachowski also noted plans to explore ways E-Rate can expand access to digital literacy training.

September 27, 2011

Microsoft to Offer Teachers Hardware, Software Discounts

Tech4Teachers will run through the state's teacher centers and give their paying members access to an online catalog of discounted hardware and software.

September 16, 2011

Duncan Unveils Digital Promise Center

The new center will aim to identify and support the most effective education technology innovations and expose them more broadly to schools across the country.

June 28, 2011

Good News, Bad News on E-Rate

The FCC has loosened some requirements while tightening others around the $2.25 billion dollar federal technology subsidy program.

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