Children as young as 5 will be learning to create computer programs in the latest UK education changes.
Common Sense Media CEO Jim Steyer tells Larry Magid about his organization's new curriculum, designed to "raise a generation of responsible, smart, and safe digital citizens."
commentary Common Sense Media rolls out a curriculum for middle school kids that respects youth while providing adult guidance for ethical, productive, and safe use of technology.
Due to an editing error, this story misstated the month in which S. Shankar Sastry became the dean of the college of engineering at the University of California at Berkeley. He became dean in July.
The new national curriculum in the UK will see kids learning skills associated with new technologies as of next year.
The California school thinks the device will help students with anatomy, clinical skills, and hospital rotations.
David Cameron has rejected calls to revise sex education because of the Internet, and says it's down to the parents.
Looking to support educators and simplify their workload, the tech giant announces a new, free, classroom-friendly tool that integrates Google Docs, Drive, and Gmail.
Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins talks about his kids' game, If, and discusses the "freemium" mobile-game model.