Content on Instagram that encourages eating disorders is "spiralling out of control", psychiatrists have warned.
Almost eight in 10 young teenage girls say that pressure from social media is one of the main reasons for mental ill-health among their age group, according to new research.
The passwords of millions of Facebook users were accessible by up to 20,000 employees of the social network, it has been reported.
Damian Hinds said that the PayPal is “one of the main methods” used by university students to pay “unscrupulous” companies to write coursework, essays and dissertations on their behalf.
LGBT+ lessons have been suspended at four more primary schools in Birmingham following complaints from parents.
Schools in Charlottesville, Va., closed Thursday and will remain closed on Friday after being made aware of an anonymous online post threatening an "ethnic cleansing" in the form of a shooting at Charlottesville High School.
In an active-shooter training, Indiana elementary teachers were asked to kneel down and face a classroom wall before being shot, execution-style, with plastic pellets by local law enforcement.
When hackers struck one-third of North Dakota’s schools with a vicious malware attack last February, it highlighted the growing cyber threat facing America’s public-education sector—even in a state that’s ahead of the cybersecurity curve.
High schools across the country are stuck in the past and do little to help students address the causes of their wrongdoing.
The order would withhold federal funds from colleges and universities that do not protect free speech.s