Seven public schools have opened in the Netherlands centered on iPads for education, and given the name “Steve Jobs Schools.”
A survey from American Express projects major tech spending by parents for back-to-school time, while the National Retail Federation’s poll projects reduced spending on electronics.
Nearly 400 educators converged in Mooresville, N.C., this week to learn how the school district managed to leverage its digital conversion to attain high achievement scores.
A new survey finds that iPads are the most widely used form of mobile technology in schools today and that digital-textbook apps are in demand.
A federal judge has ruled that Apple conspired to fix e-book prices. The company vows to appeal the decision.
Revenues from the purchase of mobile devices in Latin America will more than quadruple by 2017, with heavy demand coming from schools, an analysis says.
District staff are recommending that the L.A. Unified School District award a contract potentially worth $500 million over time to Apple Inc.
Mobile devices, cloud computing, data systems, and virtual laboratories will grow in popularity in the next few years, a report says.
A nationwide survey reveals that students have different views of the usefulness of laptop computers, smartphones, and tablets, depending on the task at hand.
Nearly 45 percent of parents say they plan to buy or have already bought a mobile device to support their child’s learning, a nationwide survey has found.