An increasing trend of teenagers taking to Twitter to voice often unfounded worries about their exams is "magnifying" pupil anxiety, awarding bodies have said.
Google and Facebook will be asked to contribute to a new commission aiming to crack down on cheating in public exams.
Heavy use of social media by children has been linked to lower levels of literacy for the first time.
A study has found teens are ‘hyperconnected’ to their phones but many of their parents have a problem with their own screen time.
GCSE pass rates in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have risen this year - despite an overhaul to make the exams more demanding.
Faculty members shared concerns of students becoming "addicted to their devices." They also said reliance on technology is weakening students' critical thinking and reading skills.
Many students of color are put in special education for learning disabilities, but it’s more often due to social injustices rather than racially biased teachers.
Over 50 million k-12 students will go back to school in the US this month. For many of them using a school computer, every word they type will be tracked.
A new study conducted by researchers reveals that students who are distracted by texts, games, or videos while taking lecture notes on digital devices are far more likely to have their long-term memory affected and perform more poorly on exams.
A school district of nearly 18,000 students in Colorado is switching to a four-day week as the 2018-2019 school year begins. Students will no longer attend school on Mondays, saving the district about $1 million a year.s