Stormzy has donated £9,000 to a student's crowdfunding campaign so that she can study at Harvard in the US.
Schools escaped the recent global cyber-attack through pure 'luck', warns expert.
Reuben Paul, 11, tells conference that smart cars, fridges, lights and even teddy bears can be used to spy on or harm people.
Charlotte Forrester, 18, says she was proud to learn "cooking and camping" as a child at Brownies. But as a teenage Guide, she now campaigns for sex education lessons in school, among other issues.
Education alone cannot tackle eating disorders – it's the whole of society who must shoulder that burden, writes the former government mental health champion.
Court rulings and evolving regulations have affected how schools respond to student sex assault allegations over time.
Bullying is a major problem at US schools, according to a new report which found that students are often shoved, hit and kicked by their peers.
It's no secret that sharing personal information online comes with risk. But what if toys were also making it possible for hackers to access both you and your children's information?
After 13 straight semesters, Joel Breneman is the proud holder of a master’s degree in social work from Barry University.
Google's Chromebooks are now the most used devices in K-12 classrooms across the U.S. But is there more to the story than cheaper hardware?