Children aged four to seven are being targeted in a new online video campaign from the National Crime Agency (NCA).
The internet is full of wonderful facts - but also lies and hoaxes. Make sure students know how to spot the difference.
Pupils enjoy lesson led by robots because they can ask it the same question many times with impunity, says John Hattie.
“Maths anxiety” may be fuelling a national crisis, Cambridge University researchers have said, as they find that one in ten children suffer from “despair and rage” at the subject.
Sanitary products are to be given out for free in secondary schools across England from September, the Chancellor has confirmed.
Government hopes ban will help distracted students focus on their learning.
Two college students have filed a lawsuit against the University of Southern California, Yale University and other colleges where prosecutors say parents paid bribes to ensure their children’s admission.
Rates of mental-health incidents among teens and young adults have arced upward over the last decade while they’ve remained relatively unchanged for older adults, a new analysis finds.
A former Everglades High student has been arrested for threatening to “shoot up” the school, Miramar police announced Monday morning.
Young Americans may be more vulnerable to depression, distress and suicidal thoughts or attempts than their parents' generation, and social media might be fueling that troubling trend.s