"virtual school days"
University retention is falling, but data interventions can help
Commentary: Andrew Geant, co-founder and CEO of online tutoring company Wyzant, shows how technology can help schools support students proactively.
Villanova U. students are building a virtual tour of the Vatican
Granted access to some of the Roman Catholic Church's most private spaces, students are given a unique chance to train in a modern technology.
How Clemson keeps cryptominers off its supercomputer
One of the most powerful computing clusters owned by an American university has attracted at least a few opportunistic students.
How to empower superintendents and connect technology with learning
edweb's Stacey Pusey breaks down a recent webinar that details five steps toward a more judicious application of technology in the classroom.
South Carolina district moves to replace snow days with 'e-learning days'
Every student in the district will have a Chromebook by November, just in time to institute a pilot program that replaces snow days with virtual schoo
Cybersecurity on a small-school budget: Two liberal arts colleges team up to share a CISO
Susquehanna University and Franklin & Marshall College — about 90 miles apart in Pennsylvania — have an uncommon deal with a security pro.
Discovery Education's Bill Goodwyn on giving educators 'not just what they want, but what they need'
During the CoSN annual conference, Goodwyn talked with EdScoop about how new ownership will change the company and help it grow.
With winter in full force, Indiana's e-learning days come in handy
The state's blended learning program is growing in popularity. About 170 school districts in Indiana have been approved for e-learning days.
What’s ahead on the edtech landscape in 2018
Predictions: Digital transformation is on the horizon, along with equity and cultural issues, educators and experts tell EdScoop.
Net neutrality changes expected to have big implications for education
The FCC's decision on Thursday to pass a sweeping repeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules will resonate in K-12 and higher ed, educators say.