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At one Grand Rapids, Mich., college, an economics professor insists that if a phone rings, students have to answer on speaker. Then came April 1.
A classroom experiment in Russia reminds us that science isn't for the faint of heart. But don't worry, no students were actually harmed in the making of this chemistry lesson.
A California special-education teacher is suspended after posting frustrations to her private Facebook page -- which isn't sufficiently private.
Mimicking Workday and Trulia, the U.S. online education hub files -- secretly -- for an initial public offering.
Some schools have reported that the iPads their students are using in the classroom no longer have the supervision they had on iOS 6.
A multitasking Stanford University math student gets the Web buzzing by solving a Rubik's Cube like you've probably never seen before.
U.S. Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) discusses a House resolution calling for a student app competition to encourage science, technology, engineering, and math education.
A Georgia student is shocked that a photo she posted to Facebook is used by a school director of technology as an example of how what you post stays public forever. The student wants $2 million.
The plucky toy robot can track motion, and responds to voice commands in both English and Chinese.