As more schools get closer to reaching one-to-one tablet goals, more than just budget constraints need to be addressed.


Rapidly changing technology continues to make its mark on K-12 learning.


How can K-12 teachers win out against the negative impact of digital communication on formal writing?


For school library relevancy to remain strong, librarians and media faculty need not view tradition and technology as isolated ideas.


What if the same principles of K-12 standardized testing were applied to colleges and universities?


The federal provisions that define "highly qualified teachers" in the No Child Left Behind Act could soon be a thing of the past if U.S. House legislation is signed into law.


Under proposed budget changes for the 2014 fiscal year, many STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) educational initiatives may no longer exist. Though overall funding for STEM programs is actually slated to rise by $3 billion, or 6 percent, consolidation of STEM education may leave specific programs out in the cold. The annual $15 million in funding for the Science Education Partnership Awards that are funded by the National Institutes of Health, for example, are not included in the proposed budget changes. Every year the awards provide over 75,000 K-12 students with informal, hands-on science education intended to spark ...


A future generation of highly-educated, highly-competitive workers can only be made possible with a strong public education system.


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