Nonprofit advocacy organization Young Invincibles has published a new education agenda calling on policymakers to overturn the Student Unit Record Ban, as well as additional reforms to make higher education data more transparent.
Researchers from the University of Michigan, Brown University and Stanford University have received a grant worth nearly $5 million from the Spencer Foundation and the William T. Grant Foundation for the first phase of a five year study on the effects of the Common Core State Standards on teaching and learning.
The Board of Trustees for Internet2 announced that President and CEO Dave Lambert will retire from full-time professional activities next year.
MoodleCloud, a hosted service for the open source Moodle LMS, is giving schools the ability to purchase more user licenses of BigBlueButton as an add-on to the service.
CDW has announced a new offering for organizations looking to move to the cloud.
IT staffers at Edward Waters College in Florida are no longer burdened with managing the institution's wired and wireless networks.
The curricula provider Great Minds is suing FedEx in New York City federal court, arguing that the delivery, printing and photocopying company should compensate the education organization for the money FedEx makes from requests from schools to copy materials that Great Minds created and makes available for free, on an open license.
Yale Law School the Connecticut institution has adopted, a cloud data security platform in an effort to maintain control of client communications.
Elsevier's Engineering Academic Challenge 2016 will begin Oct. 10.
Video calling, shopping and video streaming see the highest smartphone usage growth among millennial users, while all adult smartphone users have nearly tripled the amount of video data they consume each month.