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October 18, 2010

WSJ: Facebook Apps Break Site's Own Privacy Rules

The Wall Street Journal reports that many popular Facebook applications are sharing personal information and violating the site's privacy policy.

October 11, 2010

Webinar: Opening the Doors to Student Devices

District technology chiefs will discuss the increasingly popular but still-divisive issue of allowing students to use their own mobile devices in school.

September 21, 2010

FCC Chief Expects E-Rate Changes

The FCC chairman praises proposed changes to the federal E-rate program that he says are expected to pass at Thursday's commission meeting in Washington.

September 09, 2010

Wanted: Social Networking Policy to Match Potential

A report issued Thursday finds that while principals believe social networking can enhance learning, they are unsatisfied with social networking policies.

August 31, 2010

Pa. District Ordered to Pay 'Webcamgate' Lawyer

A U.S.District judge Monday ruled the lawyer pressing civil charges in the now-famous webcam incident deserves compensation from the district he's pressing charges against.

August 27, 2010

iNACOL Analyzes E-Learning in RTT

The online learning association examined the virtual education components in the 19 finalists' applications for Race to the Top funds.

August 25, 2010

Texas Launches iTunes Education Channel

Texas launches a free iTunes education channel, continuing a recent trend of government initiatives to organize digital education resources.

July 21, 2010

Ed Tech in ESEA?

Obama Administration officials say they will encourage, but not mandate, states and districts to use federal funds to innovate with technology.

July 21, 2010

Rural Tech Challenges Vary

The technological challenges of rural schools aren't uniform, explain three state superintendents at a rural ed-tech conference.

July 20, 2010

eLearning Update: Considering Caps and Cash

Massachusetts education officials are considering enrollment caps for virtual public schools, while Georgia officials are reconsidering a funding formula for virtual charters.

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