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.
An omnibus spending measure signed into law by President Biden supports the launch of a new research program modeled on a renowned defense program known as DARPA.
The consumer protection agency accused the video game company of misleading students into making purchases without their parents’ consent.
The U.S. Department of Justice has come out in support of the FCC creating a centralized document repository for E-rate procurements, a step the the law enforcement agency says could help root out fraud.
EdWeek Market Brief Staff Writer Emma Kate Fittes recaps lessons learned on academic recovery during the No Child Left Behind era.
Voters in California, Colorado, New Mexico, and other states approved ballot measures that will channel new funding into arts and music, early childhood education, transportation and other needs.
In response to the consumer protection agency’s announcement, Chegg said it has cooperated with the government and will comply fully with its orders to revamp its data security efforts.
A new analysis shows K-12 needs for stronger connectivity are likely to surge in the years ahead, as districts increase their use of classroom tech and as 1-to-1 programs expand.
Education companies shouldn’t expect major shifts funding at the federal level from the upcoming elections, says Reg Leichty, who represents school interests in Washington.
The Federal Trade Commission is seeking public input ahead of an October event focused on concerns about children’s ability to distinguish advertising content from entertainment.