A review of field testing for the PARCC tests found that many school officials had frustrations student with the student- registration process and test-administration manuals.
Teams will compete for a $15 million Global Learning X-Prize to deliver education technology so children can be self-taught in basic literacy and numeracy.
The market for testing and assessment has grown by 57 percent over two years ago, according to the Software & Information Industry Association.
Computer-based personalized instruction is largely unproven in K-12, and investments in it should be approached cautiously, expanding only when proven effective, according to a new report.
A new challenge to the Affordable Care Act could affect federal subsidies for health insurance for millions of individuals, including school employees.
A new report shows a digital divide as large as 45 percentage points in metropolitan homes' high-speed Internet availability.
Two educational technology companies, one a publisher and the other a data management software provider, teamed up to relieve teachers and administrators of password overload.
U.S. sales of interactive whiteboards and flat-panel displays are down, but are expected to pick up again in 2016 as schools begin replacing older whiteboards, a report predicts.
Pearson's charitable arm, which settled a lawsuit last year that was focused on whether Pearson profited off of its nonprofit activities, will close at the end of the year.
A proposal by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler would raise yearly funding for the E-rate program from $2.4 billion to $3.9 billion.