The White House wants to bring computer science to every student, and this past weekend President Obama proposed spending more than $4 billion on a new federal program to make…
A new report examines how poor families with children use the Internet
Forget snow days. How one school district uses this time to teach students — and fill their bellies as well
Jason Lee, a Western Kentucky University student from Korea, walks in the falling snow Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016, in Bowling Green, Ky. Photo: Miranda Pederson/Daily News via…
The tests disliked by the opt-out movement aren’t the ones that take the most time, federal leader says
Let’s talk about sex: Can digital devices make students feel more comfortable in sensitive classroom discussions?
In a classroom of 400 college students, it can be difficult to lead an intimate conversation. And it can feel like an impossible challenge when you are trying to teach…
Will student writers be more comfortable getting critiques from a computer instructor?
An experiment in teacher training: More in-person fieldwork, but more online professional development
Teacher training programs have new competition from an array of outside-of-academia organizations – think tanks, nonprofits and money-making businesses – that all claim to have the latest, greatest way of…
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Low-performing fourth-graders do poorly in writing tests given by computer, but high-performing students do better
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Parting shot: As he leaves the U.S. Department of Education, the leader of its Office of Ed Tech appeals for greater equity
In his final public remarks as director of the Office of Educational Technology for the U.S. Department of Education, Richard Culatta had a few requests. Please don’t scan in the…