The National Association of Secondary School Principals is looking to change the conversation about mobile computing and social media in schools.
As one of the pioneers in instituting statewide online assessments, Delaware provides an excellent case study in how to plan and implement such an ambitious initiative.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
A new reform bill is aiming for the "permanent" elimination of state education technology grants, along with 42 other "wasteful" national education programs.
The Alabama State Department of Education and STI have launched the Graduation Tracking System to support the state's dropout prevention awareness campaign, Every Child a Graduate.
The Software & Information Industry Association has opened its 2011 Vision K-20 Survey, part of the SIIA's Vision K-20 initiative that focuses on developing a technology-based educational framework for K-12 schools, colleges, and universities.
The best way you can counter simplistic analyses of complex educational issues is to get your stories out there.
- By Therese Mageau
The United States Department of Education has launched a new program to recognize schools for their sustainability efforts.
ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) has named Paul Healey as its new president. He took office late last month.
Education advocacy groups are once again leading the charge to reinstate the federal ed tech program known as Enhancing Education Through Technology, or EETT. Funding was eliminated for the program--the only dedicated federal funding for technology in education--in the fiscal year 2011 appropriations bill.
The Maryland Education Enterprise Consortium has renewed a statewide agreement with Microsoft that was originally signed in 1999.