Adult education could be improved through the use of educational technology, but there is not enough investment in it, according to two reports released this week. Millions of adults seeking new workforce skills say they need better educational opportunities, but little of the recent cash infusion into educational technology has gone toward addressing those needs,… Read more »
This weekend I was reminded again of how much digital tools have changed fundraising for schools. The ping came to me on social media, so bonus points for a double-dose of technology. A school leader I met nearly five years ago, Principal Salome Thomas-EL, sent me a note on Twitter. The charter school he leads… Read more »
Lorrie Faith Cranor, a professor of computer science and of engineering and public policy in her office at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pa. PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Online programs bring new educational resources to classrooms and homes. And with them comes the responsibility to ensure children are safe when they log in to play games,… Read more »
An education technology conference offers ‘lessons learned’ as guidance that helps school leaders avoid mistakes
New legislation to set guidelines for digital privacy was announced Monday in Washington, D.C.