The agency that administers the long-running National Assessment of Educational Progress is looking to bring major changes to the test through technology.
The FTC is reviewing whether technology that analyzes the geometry of a user’s face to confirm that they are an adult can be used to comply with children’s online privacy laws.
A consultant to school districts talks about the implications of a new cybersecurity pilot program announced by the FCC.
In this Two Minute Tip, Dana Bryson, senior vice president of social impact at Study.com, talks about why ed-tech companies need to invest in building evidence for their products.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey invited district and school leaders to explain their strategies for dealing with the upcoming loss of federal stimulus funds.
A report by the U.S. Department of Education’s inspector general looks at how K-12 systems spent emergency federal aid, and the challenges ahead.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asked district and school leaders about how they will judge which products to cut or keep, post-stimulus, and about any backup sources of funding.
EdWeek Market Brief asked district and school leaders how they’re planning on using the federal emergency aid still available to them.
The federal agency has released new guidance for evaluating ed-tech tools — a move that speaks to the uncertainty among districts and vendors about standards under the law.
After three years of benefiting from federal relief dollars, school systems will face hard choices about which new products, programs, and services to spare, or cut.