Five ways to close the homework gap
Commentary: By rallying community members and thinking creatively, schools can connect more of their students to the internet.
'Tech for Rural Districts' brings new resources to remote schools
"Like a focus group on steroids," a new initiative created by two education groups will provide online resources for remote communities.
FCC reveals plan to license educational spectrum to 5G carriers
The commission will hold a vote next month that educators fear will reverse a 50-year tradition prioritizing access for educational institutions.
Hundreds sign petition against FCC's plan to commercialize education's wireless service
A wireless internet service currently available primarily to educational institutions could soon be opened up for private industry to monetize.
Turn struggling readers into leaders with assistive technology
Commentary: edWeb.net’s Eileen Belastock explains how resources like audiobooks can empower students to learn more independently.
Edtech leaders praise $250 million 'Digital Equity Act' for state and local government
The Digital Equity Act aims to expand internet access to millions more Americans, providing new opportunities to succeed in school and the workforce.
Cybersecurity, budgets top CoSN's 2019 K-12 IT Leadership Survey report
Expected findings, like the persistence of cybersecurity, are accompanied by surprises, like a downturn in BYOD and slow growth in online resources.
Lawmakers want the FCC to fund Wi-Fi on school buses
New legislation would use E-rate funds to bring internet access to students who may not have connections at home.
Advice for educators seeking a smooth transition to the cloud
Don't start from scratch, says edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey — use best practices of those who have already seen how technology can best support learning.
How mobile Wi-Fi hotspots can ease the digital divide in large school districts
Cutting EDge Podcast: Students in the 10th largest U.S. school district are gaining internet access with device lending programs at their libraries.