Iranian students have regained access to U.S.-based MOOCs following the authorization of certain educational exchanges between the two countries.
Twelve ed-tech business plans originating from California to Tanzania will be showcased in a competition next month.
Yale University President Richard Levin has been named CEO of ‘MOOC’ provider Coursera, which has recently grown interested in K-12 teacher training.
The Federal Communications Commission vowed Wednesday to put forward rules to protect “net neutrality, though the commmision’s two Republican members panned the proposal.
The Federal Communications Commission will lift the amount devoted to schools’ and libraries’ high-speed Internet access by $1 billion annually through the E-rate program.
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.
Our most popular stories of 2013 tackled teachers’ spending habits, growth in the global education market, and three common core-related issues.
Comcast, one of the nation’s largest Internet and cable providers, is partnering with Khan Academy to try to increase Web connectivity for impoverished students.
Sebastian Thrun, the entrepreneur credited with helping launch “massive, open, online courses,” now says the evidence shows MOOCs are not helping students in higher education.
OpenEd, an online catalog of more than 250,000 web-based educational videos, games, and exercises aligned with some 3,300 Common Core State Standards, launches today.