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Some parents are concerned about apps that give children coins for completing certain tasks.
Volunteer teachers are turning to online classes for the migrant children stuck in Mexican border towns, after the pandemic cut off options of offline education.
Fed up with what they say is too much screen time, some students from one Philadelphia high school refused to log on for school Monday, staging a protest they hope will draw attention to the plight of stressed teenagers across the city and beyond.
If not for the incident that went viral involving Universiti Malaysia Sabah student Veveonah Mosibin, who was forced to climb a tree to get an Internet connection to sit for an online examination, most people would have remained blissfully unaware that not all Malaysians enjoy high-speed Internet access.
Millions of kids in the US headed back to school this month and most of them will be spending at least part of their class time remotely, relying on computers, tablets and fast broadband to connect with teachers.
With coronavirus sweeping through their rural district, the children of Francis Marion School in Perry County, Alabama, started school online this week. But for many, logging on for class was out of the question.
A proposed bill that will allow the Philippines to tax tech giants like Facebook, Alphabet's Google and YouTube, and Netflix, moved a step closer to becoming a law after a lower house committee approved it on Wednesday.
The coronavirus pandemic has been credited in Germany with pushing the country closer towards its digital communications goals – but a new study shows that the changes have been a learning curve even for younger people in the country.
Covid-19: Hong Kong students without electronic devices could be left on wrong side of ‘tsunami-scale’ digital learning divide
Data gathered by HKU last year shows about 10% of city’s students had no electronic device at home, while 40% needed to share. While sharing was not a serious drawback for students in the past school year, the sudden shift to online learning could change that, researcher says.
Staring into a smartphone camera in an empty classroom in rebel-held northwest Syria, geography teacher Danielle Dbeis addresses students confined at home away from the novel coronavirus.