New research finds a possible correlation between the amount of time teens spend on social media and increased symptoms of depression.
Afterschool STEM programs serve as models for how to boost diversity and student interest in science and technology.
K12 Insight president and COO, Gregg Levin, outlines three important strategies for school districts in the face of school choice and declining enrollments.
Rapidly changing technology is shifting the economy and the workforce. Here’s how schools can make sure students are prepared for what’s next.
As schools look for new ways to engage their communities, these 12 districts are harnessing the power of digital communication to set themselves apart.
For the next generation of students, digital learning isn’t just an add-on, it’s essential to how they live, learn, and work
Technology companies are spending millions to disrupt K12 classrooms, but it’s still up to people to move the needle on education reform.
As Google’s dominance in the ed-tech space grows, school leaders and parents consider pros and cons to the technology.
Author, researcher and former school principal Eric Sheninger outlines three ways schools and districts can prepare for the future of education.
Education Superhighway’s State of the States report highlights significant progress in K12 high-speed connectivity. But many school districts still have room for improvement.