Carnegie Mellon using Facebook to collect COVID-19 data
Researchers have collected more than 13 million survey responses, which have been used to help inform public authorities' responses to the pandemic.
Brooklyn school students boycott self-directed learning program
High-school students staged a walk-out after the self-directed Summit Learning program left both students and teachers "lost."
Data defense: Four ways online education can avoid Facebook's fallibility
Commentary: The Cambridge Analytica incident acts as a wakeup call for everyday internet users, including those in higher education.
Common Sense calls on Facebook to address student privacy questions
The nonprofit released five questions related to children's and teens' privacy protections for Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to answer during his testimony before Congress.
New York initiative hopes to double the number of CUNY graduates with tech degrees
The mayor’s office will allocate 0 million in funding for improved tech programs in the citywide university system.
Facebook to deliver VR education to all public high schools in Arkansas
The announcement expands on an earlier partnership between the social media company and the state.
Facebook teaches schools a 'personalized' lesson
The technology company has unveiled a new personalized learning platform along with Summit Public Schools, a charter school network.
Zuckerberg taps former Education Dept. deputy to lead school initiatives
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan hired Jim Shelton, former deputy secretary and recent chief impact officer for an online higher education program.