Rural STEM education bill aims to grow workforce
If passed, the legislation would set up grants for research and development of STEM education plans for rural schools.
Anti-violence bill would require schools watch students' social media
Social media accounts of those at risk of committing self-harm or extreme violence against others would enter required monitoring by their schools.
Advocates conflicted as Connecticut lawmakers pass K-12 computer science bill
A bill now awaiting Gov. Ned Lamont's signature could improve access to computer science education but also strain already-limited teaching resources.
Congress considers bills on student privacy, workforce, school security and STEM diversity research
A flurry of legislative activity in edtech this week included three new bills and advancement of one bill encouraging research on girls in tech.
Computer science standards talks divide Wyoming
Educators, lawmakers and the public are divided on how to balance the need for computer science education with funding and teacher workload issues.
North Dakota considers computer science, cybersecurity teacher credentials
Proposed legislation is one piece of a broader push in the state to heighten workforce development and computer science education.