A Classroom on Wheels The 90-minute ride home from school doesn't seem quite as long to some Arkansas students as they access the Internet while riding along.
We Have a Budget! Congress and President Bush have finally agreed on the Department of Education's FY 2008 budget, with the president signing off on a bill that increases total education spending by 2.9%.
Online Teens Get Creative Not only do teens spend a lot of time online, those that do tend to actively create content â€“ blogging, sharing photos and videos and telling and talking about stories.
MIT Offers High School Resources The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has expanded its OpenCourseWare initiative, which makes all MIT course materials available for free on the Web, to high school.
Less TV and More Reading Parents are more actively monitoring their children's television use compared to their involvement in 1994, according to a study from the U.S. Census Bureau.