An ad-free search engine, Bing in the Classroom, was launched today by Microsoft, but adults in the community are urged to earn rewards using the “ads-in” version.
Student-athletes attending two dozen virtual schools operated by K12 Inc. will not receive eligibility for their coursework from the NCAA in 2014-15.
Twelve ed-tech business plans originating from California to Tanzania will be showcased in a competition next month.
A bill giving more protections to student data in Florida has received nearly unanimous support from legislators, and is expected to by signed by Gov. Rick Scott.
An analysis shows it costs 44 percent more to bus Ohio charter school students to class than it costs to bus students to their neighborhood school.
New York state reversed its plans to have inBloom, the education technology provider, load student data into the cloud, adding another setback to the organization.
In the first three months of 2014, more than half a billion dollars have flowed into ed-tech, making it the biggest funding quarter in five years.
Two software programs already used successfully in LA schools received low scores in the procurement process won by Pearson’s unproven curriculum, according to a report.
The first lady visited a high school in China comparable in size to many in the United States, but with thousands of students joining via virtual instruction.
Nine school districts, including one in Germany serving U.S. military families, have been chosen to join the League of Innovative Schools.