Driving district master schedules by putting students first
Commentary: Eileen Belastock of Mount Greylock Regional School District warns not to position students as an afterthought in scheduling.
How VCU's cyber-physical security system is keeping 32,000 students safe
Virginia Commonwealth University CIO Alex Henson says recent upgrades are improving safety and tightening partnerships with local law enforcement.
GIS can enrich spatial thinking and learning in K-12, say experts
Speakers at a Library of Congress event on GIS Day touted the educational utility of geospatial data and related mapping technologies.
Brooklyn school students boycott self-directed learning program
High-school students staged a walk-out after the self-directed Summit Learning program left both students and teachers "lost."
Virginia Tech announces $1 billion 'innovation campus'
Planned near Amazon's Northern-Virginia HQ2 site, the campus will host STEM graduate students next year.
How artificial intelligence can support — not replace — existing edtech
Artificial intelligence is more prominent than ever in K-12 classrooms, but teachers should be diligent in making sure tech fits students' needs.
Keeping with a national trend, Arkansas boosts computer science enrollment
The state reports a more than 600 percent increase of high school computer science teachers within the last three years.
Higher ed CIOs grapple with privacy, funding heading into 2019
EDUCAUSE's Susan Grajek sits down with EdScoop to talk over the recently-released top IT issues for higher education in 2019.
Federal STEM grants reach $279 million for 2018
Federal awards surpassed President Trump's yearly mandate of $200 million for grants funding science, technology, engineering and math education.
5 things to consider when evaluating state test score data
Commentary: Data analysis is tricky, but done diligently it can be invaluable to schools, says edWeb.net’s Stacey Pusey.