Combining education and technology is great—until it's not. Update: This article has been updated to remove identifying information about a teacher and to clarify the reporter’s classroom observations.
The former education minister of one of the world’s smartest countries explains the role of AI in schools
South Korean students perform well on international tests. But like students all over the world, they are less and less engaged with school. They just don’t like it. “You measure the activity of brain
In his 2018 annual letter, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos repeated his rule that PowerPoint is banned in executive meetings. What Bezos replaced it with provides even more valuable insight for entrepreneurs
Hello and welcome to another roundup of the top education stories. It has been a long week, and a lot has happened. Here is our recap. The FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations The Republican
We’re expected to offer endless support to students unwilling to take responsibility for their own learning. It’s time to look beyond targets It’s a Saturday morning in May, and while most schools are
For autistic children, Dorothy Siegel does not believe in paraprofessionals, the teaching assistants sometimes assigned to shadow students in class. To show you why, Ms. Siegel, 70, a longtime special
From computer coding to toilet unblocking, we need well-rounded citizens, not rote-taught robots – and what you learn shouldn’t depend on where you live It’s only after you have left school and, in adulthood,