Federal Communications Commmission Chairman Tom Wheeler tells state education leaders that the agency needs to redirect E-rate money away from “nice-to-have” technology and into “must-have” services.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler pledged in a recent speech that the agency will work to preserve “open, competitive, safe, and accessible broadband networks.”
A group of about 50 business leaders have written to the Federal Communications Commission calling for improvements to the E-rate progarm.
A new advocacy organization, led by a former American Federation of Teachers staffer, says it will seek to counter the influence of organizations that it sees as promoting misguided, free-market reforms.
The Obama administration is hosting a “datapalooza” event to examine how private sector tech innovations can help students and families sort through college decisions.
The federal ‘Learning Registry’ seeks to provide K-12 educators with access to a vast library of material from nonprofits, government agencies, and commercial providers.
At a hearing at Capitol Hill, federal lawmakers debated the costs school districts will face as a result of the federal health care law.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke schooled educators about the economy, the banking system, financial literacy, and the importance of teachers.
Local education has added more than 56,000 jobs over the past three months, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers released Tuesday.
Education historian Diane Ravitch speaks about her latest book, Reign of Error, which offers a far-reaching critique of private involvement in public education.