Corruption charges against the founder of PA Cyber Charter could reinvigorate calls for reform in how the state's cyber charter schools are funded and authorized.
August 2013 Archives
A third-party review found that problems with online state tests administered in Minnesota did not systematically impact scores.
Students are confused about the difference between collaboration and cheating when using digital learning tools, says a recent article.
Bill Gates says that listening to classroom teachers will be key if technology is to transform K-12 education.
Online schools in Florida, Kansas, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee face enrollment challenges as the result of new legislation, recruitment troubles, and increased competition.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison believe video games can be used to simultaneously cultivate and assess noncognitive skills.
Social media and the extended testing windows of multi-state, common-core exams could mean new opportunities to cheat, said an industry expert.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are analyzing 'clickstream data' from video games for signs of learning.
Most eligible schools in Idaho have signed on to participate in a state-wide Wi-Fi contract, despite state lawmakers' concerns about how the deal was arranged by state schools chief Tom Luna.
A leading provider of online tools and videos for conducting teacher observations received a boost from a major public-agency procurement cooperative.
A new survey revealed that students are motivated to enroll in MOOCs because of their interest in the specific academic topics offered, while many respondents also said they wished the courses were were offered for credit.