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Steps students and schools can take to secure student data, which is very attractive to cybercriminals because it often contains unblemished credit reports and perfect Social Security numbers.
Students and parents will have the opportunity to get a first-hand look at several programs and a Rocket League production.
Social media has given teens crucial ways to connect during COVID, even despite the spread of hate speech and other negative content, new research shows.
A majority of reviews on one website focused heavily on tests scores and were written by parents at schools in affluent neighborhoods, an analysis has found.
District Administration’s CIO answers five gut-check questions to help administrators and technology officers prevent future cyberattacks.
Along with Georgia Tech and Amazon, the singer-producer and his non-profit are offering a music-driven competition and lesson plans based on coding and racial equity.
The News Literacy Project and Scripps are teaming up with other partners on sessions, activities and resources for educators to help children identify truth from fiction.
How thoughtful messages to parents and school communities can make a difference during crisis moments.
Through a huge public-private coalition, the state has managed to completely close gaps in five months.
The behavior of digital self-harm is being red-flagged by researchers whose studies show it occurring among middle and high school students.
A new report on the use of technology and digital tools from Project Tomorrow and Blackboard shows the positive outcomes from giving students more ownership in projects and research.