A Seoul National University student has dropped out of the school to protest the university entrance examination system and compulsory military service.
As mobile device usage proliferates, colleges find that it makes more sense to simply publish mobile versions of their sites.
The Chronicle of Higher Education has an article about colleges increasingly focusing on optimizing their web sites for mobile browsers, instead of investing time and money into downloadable apps.
Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, MA, decides that books are just not all the rage these days.
In a disastrous move that many will probably view as Holocaust denial, Culpeper County Public Schools pulled Anne Frank's diary from the curriculum and from the shelves, because the book contained references to sexuality.
As many developers have pointed out, Elgg and MediaWiki functions can be easily replicated in Drupal.
Zacker.org had a great article on the subject:
Drupal and Moodle have always been top players in their respective fields of content management systems (CMS) and learning management systems (LMS), making the idea of integration a powerful one.
A concerned parent of a Texas school student sheds light on borderline systematic abuse by a so-called "educator"
As a serviceman, reading a concerned Texan parent's posting on WebMD about teachers not allowing students to drink water in class, I was rather appalled.
With technology finding its way into the grading process of papers, one wonders if convenience corrupts the sacred human evaluation process