The bad news is that the demands and pressures on our schools are growing. The good news is that the nation is finally looking to educators for solutions.
As the migration to digital continues in classrooms, we may be shortchanging reading comprehension in favor of convenience and expediency.
Nick Gattuso’s students have developed a suite of learning applications to assist students with disabilities.
With millions of students lacking Internet access at home, experts worry technology continues to create an uneven playing field in the classroom.
In the rush to bring iPads and other devices into the classroom, officials often forget to answer one question: What do we want students to achieve?
Computing jobs are growing at twice the national rate but, according to a new survey, schools believe the parental demand for computer science is low.
Only one state requires every high school to offer computer science to all students. This has to change if we are to meet the growing demand in computer science jobs.
Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani reveals her plan to hook girls on technology and how educators can play a key role.
The recent FCC decision to uphold net neutrality rules is an important win for schools, says president of the American Library Association.
It’s not just New York City. Cell phone policies are changing everywhere and many teachers are nervous about the effect on their classrooms.