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By Brian S Hall / August 21, 2014

Move over, LaserJets, there's a new piece of hardware popping up on our desks. The 3D printing revolution is officially starting.

By Sandra Zaragoza / June 30, 2014

Teachers and administrators are scrambling to make sure students are using EdTech for good rather than evil.

By Evan Wade / June 20, 2014

Printed textbooks and trapper keepers beware, EdTech is positioning itself for a takeover.

By Owen Williams / March 26, 2014

From classrooms to zoos and everywhere in between, beacons can make us all smarter by sending pertinent information to our phones and tablets.

By Owen Williams / March 24, 2014

Want to boost your résumé, increase your job opportunities and speak the same language as the richest man in the world? Learn how to code.

By Mobile Minute / February 20, 2014

Bringing your phone to class used to mean a one-way ticket to detention - but not anymore.

By Evan Wade / February 14, 2014

Mobile technology is creating a more interactive educational experience for students and teachers from kindergarten to college.

By Brian S Hall / February 10, 2014

As mobile devices and apps become fixtures in global education, the barriers holding back disadvantaged groups will continue to disappear.

By Chelsea McCullough / February 5, 2014

Detention rates are dropping all over the country as educators start encouraging students to bring their smartphones and tablets to class.

By Evan Wade / January 31, 2014

From learning your ABCs to SAT prep, mobile devices and apps are improving the learning experience in and outside of the classroom.

By Evan Wade / January 13, 2014

From going to class in your pajamas to bringing the lectures to your couch, Massive Online Open Courses are making education more convenient for everyone with Internet access.

By Chelsea McCullough / January 8, 2014

The US spends more than $8 billion annually on K-12 education. That’s more than the UK, Germany, France, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Mexico and Finland combined. However, despite this hefty price tag, the results don’t justify these staggering figures. The US spends ...