A Kansas teacher of the year explains her approach to offering super engaging professional development in a virtual setting.


Interest rates are low and remote and hybrid learning continues, but some experts question using bonds to pay for devices and connectivity.


Given how much information is now being collected about student health, there's a real need to consider privacy, a coalition of about two dozen education, disability rights, civil rights, and privacy advocacy groups say.


Education technology usage has exploded during the pandemic. Parents, teachers, and students need more support in dealing with the potential privacy issues.


Mississippi, Arkansas, and New Mexico have the highest percentages of students who lack adequate home technology for remote learning.


Bigger, wealthier districts make easier targets for hackers, a GAO analysis found.


Only 11 percent of school district leaders and principals said all their students have the home internet access they need to fully participate in virtual instruction.


More than 3 of every 4 parents report that their children are attending school remotely either full time or part time, new survey finds.


Ed tech officials: Confused about the E-Rate? The State Educational Technology Directors Association is on the case.


Involving the postal service, getting schools to help pay, and setting up statewide public networks could be part of the mix.


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