Michigan aims to spur economy through student cyber competition
The state is joining the nationwide effort to get kids involved in computer science and cybersecurity through a high school competition.
Virtual schools need to serve students with disabilities – Education officials
The Education Department released a letter to states addressing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act to protect kids with disabilities in virtual schools.
Virtual education is paving the way for freelance teachers
The freelance education industry is growing as more schools go virtual, according to FlexJobs.
'Homework gap' narrowing for one Nebraska school district
Students at Lincoln Public Schools will soon be able to work on the internet during extended school library hours to complete their homework.
Tennessee school district rolls out new parent alert system
A school district has announced plans to create an app to notify parents of school closings and other emergencies.
Majority of schools not using edtech effectively – report
A new study reveals that most schools are not allowing students to engage with technology to solve problems or analyze information.