Many state and local education agency websites aren't disclosing the presence of third-party tracking services, according a new EdTech Strategies study.
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The House education and workforce committee heard from a panel of experts divided over how to balance stronger privacy protections with the desire for better evidence.
An Ohio law gives students the right to opt out of Algebra 2 -- a staple of high school math - if they take computer science instead.
The governors of New York and Montana say that internet service providers that fail to uphold "net neutrality" will be disqualified from winning state contracts.
From the Lifeline program to E-rate to net neutrality, the current FCC is threatening digital equity, said Democratic Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel.
California's Arcadia Unified and Menlo City Park school districts will roll out the AltSchool platform, which aims for a comprehensive, flexible approach to personalized learning.
The 12,000-student Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow has closed its doors following a long battle with state officials over student attendance and funding.
Twenty percent of living-wage jobs now value computer-science skills, and those jobs pay $20,000 more per year than jobs that don't, according to a Burning Glass/Oracle Academy analysis.
The Consortium for School Networking advises K-12 systems to seek specific assurances on a free flow of online content from internet service providers.
President Trump signed orders aiming to make it easier to locate broadband infrastructure on federal land in rural America, but the impact of the orders will likely not be significant.
Ohio's highest court will hear arguments in February over the state's efforts to recover more than $60 million in funding to Ohio's largest online charter.
Policymakers should redesign accountability systems to transition from a "culture of compliance to one of continuous improvement," a new report argues.