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.
FCC considers limiting broadband funding for rural schools and libraries
The FCC voted to limit spending on the Universal Service Fund. The change could be finalized after a second vote in three months.
Why one district CIO says the Ed-Fi data standard is taking over
Now used by school districts in 30 states, Ed-Fi is becoming the "gold standard" for data sharing, says one district CIO.
Dallas schools are winning back students with new focus on innovation
A strategy of giving K-12 schools with declining enrollment new academic focuses on robotics or urban planning is paying off as wait lists grow.
2019 NextGen Leader: Chanel Alford-Campbell wants to make professional development exciting
By offering instructional modules, the Virginia educator says teachers in her district are adopting new technologies at an inspiring pace.
How two edtech leaders took on 1:1 device programs
Whether it's reluctant teachers or wealth inequality between schools, districts can face major challenges in getting a device to every student.