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The federal funding will be distributed over five fiscal years for the construction and operation of direct-current fast charging stations along federally designated Alternative Fuel Corridors.
Drawing from ed-tech leaders’ insights, a Georgia State University report said ed-tech tools should be developed and viewed largely as a means to bolster traditional instructional methods rather than replacing them.
Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said this week that they want to close the region's digital divide within the next five years, calling special attention to racial disparities in service.
A study by Carnegie Mellon University found that if at least 20 percent of cars are autonomous vehicles, traffic systems may start to see the operational improvements these vehicles are expected to bring.
After Fremont County called a declaration of local disaster because of a cyber attack against computer systems, departments have been steadily coming back online thanks to the county's IT team.
Two years in, the relatively young IT agency is working to build a team, build trust and build up, says CIO Jamie Grant. The process has required a significant shift away from "business as usual."
Dixon Public Schools officials are clearing out old computers and servers to make way for more secure technology. The decision comes just days after a breach of the widely used communication app, Seesaw. 
Voters approved more than $326 million in bond funding for Texas’ Montgomery Independent School District to fund a new elementary school, a new agriculture center and a new career and technical education center.
The federal Office of Educational Technology during today's National Digital Equity Summit launched its Advancing Digital Equity for All resource, which provides a platform for recommendations to establish equity plans.
The higher ed system will use nearly $4 million to boost workforce development to prepare workers for jobs relating to clean energy technology, such as offshore wind and electric car development.
Tupelo leaders are considering the purchase of a law enforcement tool police call a "game changer" — software that would link city, business and residential security cameras into a citywide surveillance network.
Apple Inc. told iPhone users last year that Facebook could no longer follow Internet activity without consent — but a lawsuit alleges that Facebook's parent, Meta, is still tracking them without asking for approval.
Allegheny County and city of Pittsburgh officials have announced plans for a joint program that will work toward closing the region's digital divide by 2027, though full details aren't expected until late spring.
Internet service provider Spectrum announced broadband expansion across Wisconsin’s Chippewa, Eau Claire and Dunn counties. The company will be providing broadband to 1,140 homes across the three area counties.
The federal grant money will be allocated to five projects across San Luis Obispo County, ranging from building new radio communications towers in areas with limited service to improving existing towers.
The K-12 platform, used by a majority of schools throughout the U.S., has announced that its offerings are now available for schools across Canada, and adhere to many of the country’s privacy laws.
A new tool from the Pittsburgh Office of Management and Budget aims to make data on budget decisions more transparent, as one of many efforts the city has undertaken to make data more accessible to the public.
ZeroEyes has been chosen to bring their gun detection tool into Vassar Public Schools to alert school officials to the presence of firearms on campus. The AI system links directly to security cameras.
The state has partnered with the financial technology company ClassWallet to help manage the distribution of federal relief funds given to private and other nonpublic schools, an announcement said.
A group of technology-related bills were recently signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom as the deadline to sign or veto legislation nears. The bills, now law, ranged from cybersecurity and transportation to electronic prescription drug tracking.