Connecticut Gov. Lamont signs government modernization bill
The new law removes what Gov. Ned Lamont called "outdated bureaucratic practices" and instates new governance for modern IT processes.
State and local budgets get a boost from $1.9 trillion relief package
The package will provide $350 billion in state and local aid, as well as investments in K-12 broadband and vaccine distribution.
StateScoop parent launches news website for edtech sector
New website aims to help education leaders “keep ahead of the rapid technology changes impacting school districts and college campuses across America.”
ISTE showcases startups, big brands and edtech products
Most of the major educational technology players appeared at ISTE this year, competing to show off their next big thing to the teachers who would use them.
Schools rethink how to pilot edtech programs
Education nonprofit Digital Promise is researching how schools pilot edtech programs to determine ways to make the process easier and more effective.
Majority of teachers find classroom tech ineffective
According to a new survey of nearly 5,000 public school teachers, many say they feel analyzing student data is overwhelming and time-consuming.
Education officials want kids, teachers to be main players in 'Games for Learning'
Edtech leaders encouraged developers at the Games for Learning summit to create virtual programs that teachers can use in the classroom.