The U.S. Secretary of Education talked about the need to “question everything” to ensure that students can realize their potential.
Student testing and evaluation services generated the most mentions of the federal education law, according to a review of data from across the country.
The global education company plans to abandon its K-12 curriculum business in the U.S., while continuing investments in assessments and virtual education.
Curriculum directors are looking at ed-tech usage data as part of their decisionmaking about which products will help with instruction, and which need to be jettisoned.
Companies selected as “emerging partners” by the State Educational Technology Directors Association will get access to digital learning leaders and larger companies that work with the nonprofit.
The role of educators and technology in teaching soft skills to the workforce of the future was the theme of a stud by The Economist Intelligence Unit.
Teachers and students can now take images from a 360-degree camera and, using tools from Google, turn them into their own “expeditions.”
As the use of virtual reality evolves in the U.S. and around the world, the next question is: what educational content will be created for it?
The founder and CEO of edWeb.net shares her insights about what it takes to put on winning webinars for educators.
Three students from Hong Kong demonstrate what a new study shows: students enjoy self-directed learning with the support of a teacher.