18 Governors Are Encouraging More Women to Pursue Jobs in Cybersecurity

According to Cybersecurity Ventures, women represent just 20% of the cybersecurity workforce. A coalition of U.S. state governors are trying to do something about that. […]

Columbia Teachers College Study Casts Doubt On Personalized Learning

From tech leaders to educators to government officials, many people now believe that the future of education will be personalized. But a new study by […]

How Bad Is Screen Time? Current Research and Misinformation

In recent years, many journalists and researchers have concluded there’s a covert villain that has infiltrated our digital society. Many believe it has made us […]

Study Confirms Persistence of Rural Digital Divide

The Center for Equity in Learning has just released a new study on the persistent digital divide in America’s rural communities. The study’s authors, Dr. […]

Free Online SAT Prep Sites Are Attracting Parents Skeptical of High-Ticket Tutors

In many U.S. cities, if you have a child preparing to write the SAT, your monthly tutoring costs can easily exceed what many American families […]

Can We Solve the Epidemic of Teacher Shortages Through Teacher Professional Development?

With just a small chunk of 2019 behind us, it’s evident that the surge in teacher strikes and protests that began this time last year […]

Average Screen Time Is Rising for Children, But Mobile Devices Aren’t to Blame

Screen time has emerged as a popular boogey man around the internet. Its numerous negative effects have led many to decry online or device-based education […]

E-Rate, the Digital Divide, and the Growing Appetite for Internet Among U.S. Schools and Libraries: John Harrington In Conversation

When it comes to education and edtech news, there are still many concerns about the digital divide. While learners in urban centers tend to have […]

C Spire Launches Pilot Program to Train Mississippi High Schoolers for Work in Tech

Tech enthusiasts and numerous computer programming initiatives like to say that everyone can code. But one Mississippi pilot program is pushing the boundary of what […]

A Young Nigerian Tech Entrepreneur Shares His Insights on Africa’s Growing Edtech Scene

Since 2013, the number of active internet users in Nigeria has nearly doubled. As more people have gone online, the country has also seen a surge […]

Navajo Nation High Schoolers Receive VR and Entrepreneurship Training

To many, edtech, distance learning, and remote work offer the ability to level the playing field for less affluent communities around the world. An initiative […]

How Teacher Brand Ambassador Programs Compromise Student Privacy

In today’s media landscape, anyone with a thousand or so followers on Twitter or Instagram can become a microinfluencer. Teachers, who hold the near-captive audience […]

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