It’s not just the the NSA or FBI that today’s kids have to worry about snooping on their phones and tracking their locations. Their parents are doing a fine job of that all on their own, thank you very much.
These three teens have designed flashlights that work without batteries, signals that move traffic out of the way of emergency vehicles, and new flu medicines.
Remind101 uses an old parenting trick to get kids to study — take something they love (like texting), and turn it to your advantage.
The Glendale Unified School District hired Geo Listening to track the social media activity of 13,000 students and flag potentially dangerous situations.
After three years of development and backing from well-known VCs, Tutor Matching Service makes its marketplace available to students, tutors, and universities around the country.
A pilot program in Washington, D.C., teaches kids how to apply their creativity to the real world, take risks, and follow their passion.
Forget Black Friday or Cyber Monday. Google just announced perhaps the best sale of the entire Christmas season, at least as far as electronics and computers are concerned.
[vimeo 33657502 w=640 h=480] Video games for the iPad are an unlikely ally in the fight to help America’s students close the achievement gap in math. But that’s just what startup Motion Math has in mind.
Education technology is a red-hot market, and both startups and investors are taking note.
At the Park School just outside of Baltimore, Maryland, 8th grader Chance Williams was having a lot of trouble in Spanish.
Guest Post Last week the first cohort of the ImagineK12 incubator demoed at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference with high hopes and soaring self-predictive expectations to transform, disrupt and revolutionize K-12 education with the help of internet and mobile technology.