Scott County Public Schools officials on Wednesday announced that the district is the victim of a $3.7 million cyber scam that is under investigation by the FBI. Superintendent Kevin Hub provided the ...
Despite continued hype, K-12 educators remain skeptical that new technologies will transform public schooling or dramatically improve teaching and learning. That's according to a new, nationally ...
When middle school Principal Sarah Guerrero decided to build a 1-to-1 computing program in her school, she turned to advice she had read in an article in the Harvard Business Review. "Leading Change: ...
In his dark suits and muted ties, with a manner more like your local pastor than a Silicon Valley CEO, Doug Brubaker doesn't exactly scream "innovation." But in an age of deep-pocketed disruptors ...
The education reform movement as we have known it is over. Top-down federal and state reforms along with big-city reforms have stalled. The political winds for education change have shifted ...
Next year marks the 10-year anniversary of the Common Core State Standards; the Next Generation Science Standards have been around nearly as long. The majority of states have officially adopted one or ...
A Maryland 3rd-grader born without hands has won a national handwriting contest. Sara Hinesley, 10, writes by holding a pen or pencil between the tips of her arms. Even more amazingly, China-born Sara ...
One of the things Education Week really enjoys doing at educational-technology conferences is holding special briefings for readers on hot topics in the K-12 world. It's an opportunity for us to share ...
Deisi Cruz was the hardest working kid I'd ever met. Shy and stoic, when she wasn't studying, she was working at a restaurant to save up money for college. After graduating as the valedictorian from ...
When Abigail French first started teaching, the biggest technology innovation in her school district was a plan to put a desktop computer in every classroom. French left the profession for nearly two ...
Maine could explicitly ban electronic cigarettes on school grounds under a Democrat’s bill that passed the House and Senate. Sen. Rebecca Millett’s bill headed to Democratic Gov. Janet Mills’ desk ...
Parents and advocates tapped into the ongoing superintendent search say the process hasn’t met the bar and one organization is calling to reopen the search. Public interviews for Boston Public Schools ...