A Canadian school board admits that staff at at high school went too far in ordering 28 students to remove their clothes, as one was suspected of having a cell phone in a math exam.
Google is going to fund computer science teachers, as well as teaching aids like Raspberry Pi, in UK schools.
Two girls at a Swedish school bug their teachers' staff room in the hope of getting clues to getting better grades. Then one of them uses Facebook to tell others how clever they are.
More and more robots are invading Korean classrooms to help kids learn English. Teachers in the Philippines are telepresent in the machines.
A controversial new Missouri law would prohibit teachers from using social-networking sites like Facebook for carrying out "exclusive" conversations with a current or former student.
CNET gets an exclusive look at Teachscape Reflect, a multimedia system that gives teachers a 360-degree view of their classrooms, in the hopes of improving modern-day education.
Still in beta, BetterLesson is a new social-networking site for teachers that's geared towards curriculum organizing and lesson sharing in the cloud.
Wireless information sent in real time
Hoping for the launch of something completely new from Yahoo on Monday, instead TechCrunch conference attendees will see Yahoo Teachers, a previously-announced initiative.
After Wikispaces gives out 100,000 wikis to teachers around the world, it decides that the project to help educators is worth continuing.