A national poll, which speaks to how and when teachers use social media, finds that educators shun those online forms for in-class use.
In the years to come, K-12 districts will increasingly demand ed-tech products that can help build student creativity and independent thinking, the Horizon Report predicts.
As thousands of educators and ed-tech businesses gather for ISTE in Philadelphia, we’re asking attendees to let us know what jargon grabs their attention.
An alleged effort by New Jersey officials to monitor whether students were sharing information about common-core exams through social media has stirred controversy.
European countries’ views about how educational technology can be used to improve schools in some respects mirror those of educators and policymakers in the United States, a new report concludes.
Kiva and Citi Microfinance have launched Kiva U, and a curriculum for K-12 on “Exploring Poverty,” to increase students understanding of financial inclusion.
A nationwide survey reveals that students have different views of the usefulness of laptop computers, smartphones, and tablets, depending on the task at hand.
A University of Pennsylvania program will attempt to give education startups access to university researchers and support to help their businesses grow.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Facebook are inviting developers to build prototypes for apps supporting college attendance, social learning, and out-of-school study.
A demonstration by a 13-year-old offers a highlight at the South by Southwest Conference and reflects many of the event’s core themes.