Digital Education

Education Week reporter Ben Herold explores how technology is shaping teaching and learning and the management of schools. Join the discussion as he analyzes the latest developments.

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School Districts in 7 States Getting Remote Learning Help From Public Television

The still-expanding initiative with public media addresses the growing need for all students to continue learning during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read This Guide to Meeting Students' Individual Needs With Remote Teaching

Instructors teaching remotely should think about how to be flexible and offer students multiple avenues to complete tasks.

FCC, Congress Weigh Overhaul of E-Rate to Fund Remote Learning

The Federal Communications Commission is engaging Congress to expand funding for in-home connectivity and devices for teachers and students grappling with the coronavirus crisis.

6 Lessons Learned About Remote Learning During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Northshore School District teachers, parents, and students practiced remote learning in advance of the district's closure for two weeks.

How Education Conferences Are Grappling With the Coronavirus Threat

How are major education conferences, such as ASU GSV, AERA, and CoSN, dealing with the coronavirus? EdWeek offers a roundup of where things stand.

Cyber Attacks on Schools Tripled in 2019, Report Finds

During calendar year 2019, the center catalogued 348 publicly-disclosed school cyber incidents. That includes malware outbreaks, phishing attacks, denial of service attacks, and more.

What This Superintendent Learns From Teaching a High School Course

The leader of a Montana school district spends up to two hours each day grading assignments from students in an online English credit recovery program.

How Voice Tech Could Enhance the Classroom, and Problems to Avoid

Two educators who use voice technologies in their classrooms offer tips for how to use the devices for teaching and learning and the steps necessary […]

Maker Spaces and Virtual Learning: Ed Tech Leader Q&A

Education technology leaders are increasingly called upon to help prepare students for the future of work. For one Tennessee CTO, that means creating maker spaces […]

With Students' Media Illiteracy In Mind, State Legislatures Taking Action

Legislative proposals seek to promote students' online savvy through the creation of new curricular materials, increasing access to media specialists, and other means.

Three Reasons to Be Skeptical of Artificial Intelligence in Schools

Having a strong teacher in the classroom is more important than having good technology, a University of Michigan professor argues.

If Coronavirus Gets Worse in the U.S., Online Learning Can Fill the Gaps

Schools and tech companies in the U.S. and abroad have experience deploying virtual learning should a coronavirus emergency arise.

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