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Education technology fares well in federal spending bill

by Patience Wait • 1 year ago

The Student Support and Academic Enrichment Program gets .1 billion, bucking the recommendations of the Trump administration.

Districts evolve to keep up with CoSN privacy standards

by Patience Wait • 1 year ago

Education and privacy experts say the K-12 community is experiencing a broad shift around the issue of data governance.

Pressure intensifies on IES for long-delayed 'homework gap' report

by Ryan Johnston • 1 year ago

Progress on crucial tech policies is stagnating because the Institute of Education Sciences blew its deadline, education groups say.

Voting now open to determine 2018 NextGeneration Leaders

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

The NextGen Leaders program recognizes rising stars in K-12 education technology. Winners will be announced at CoSN's annual conference in March.

Horizon Report's future remains uncertain after sudden NMC closure

by Corinne Lestch • 2 years ago

Edtech organizations are figuring out how to move forward with the popular annual report after New Media Consortium dissolved.

What’s ahead on the edtech landscape in 2018

by Richard W. Walker • 2 years ago

Predictions: Digital transformation is on the horizon, along with equity and cultural issues, educators and experts tell EdScoop.

Survey sheds light on why educators fear a future without net neutrality

by EdScoop Staff • 2 years ago

On the eve of FCC's net neutrality repeal, Funds for Learning issued a report highlighting the importance of broadband and digital equity.

FCC’s plan to dismantle net neutrality rules raises serious concerns for educators

by Kate Roddy • 2 years ago

Edtech supporters say the proposal would hinder learning and undermine the openness of educational resources.

House bill eliminates funding for teacher training, increases funding for edtech programs

by Emily Tate • 2 years ago

State and federal edtech leaders called the Title II cuts "disappointing" but said the extra 00 million toward Title IV is a step in the right direction.