Software flaw allows Stanford students to view Social Security numbers, applications of other students
Standardized test scores, personal essays, home addresses, criminal status and financial aid information were also viewable.
Pennsylvania governor spends $9.6 million on computer science training, education
Funding new programs that provide college pathways and teacher training is hoped to close a gap in the technical workforce.
Classroom violence prompts North Dakota lawmakers to explore unified data reporting system
The legislature has directed a study to examine violent behavior in the classroom and what a unified reporting system might do to mitigate it.
Broadband connectivity is rising in K-12 as cost falls, report finds
CoSN's annual infrastructure report reveals a positive connectivity trend contrasted with challenges around funding and cybersecurity staffing.
State coordinates first K-12/higher education Hour of Code
Hundreds of organizations celebrated the coding event this year, but North Dakota officials say they their state pulled off a unique feat.
South Dakota's K-12 schools to get extra help on cybersecurity
South Dakota CIO Pat Snow says his office will start by searching for security gaps.