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Anyone distracted in class doesn’t just lose out on the content of the discussion but creates a sense of permission that opting out is OK, and, worse, a haze of second-hand distraction for peers.

A counter-intuitive thought.

It's about kindergartners and screen time.

The Federal Communications Commission has a key vote coming up Friday on how to modernize the 'E-Rate' program.

The goal: 99 pecent of K-12 schools have WIFI by 2018.

Sixteen are being screened at the White House.

Education historian Larry Cuban looks at what is ethical and what isn't in the classroom.

Not as far as enthusiasts might think, one expert says.

Shouldn't they have seen this coming?

To hear some people talk, you'd think technology is going to save public education. Really?

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