The Federal Communications Commission’s proposal to make major changes to the E-rate has drawn comments from dozens of school technology organizations.
An open letter from a coalition of hundreds of business leaders calls on President Obama and members of Congress to provide more support for early-childhood education.
The Association of Educational Publishers and the Association of American Publishers have announced that they will join forces.
As states implement common core standards, new markets are opening for education materials, according to panelists at a software and industry association gathering.
Future Investing in Innovation competitions will focus on key priority areas instead of a broad variety of topics.
Just two days after voters returned President Barack Obama to the White House for a second term, the administration awarded nearly $150 million in i3 grants to 20 school districts and nonprofit organizations.
At annual ISTE conference, administrators, policy experts, and politicians debate the federal government’s role in putting technology in classrooms.
Comments from private sector, education technology community suggest changes, clarifications to U.S. Department of Education’s new $400 million competition for school districts.
Former President George W. Bush’s director of educational technology is to run the digital learning campaign for Jeb Bush’s education policy organization.
Despite Romney’s attacks on Obama, some experts believe their policies have much in common.