The benefit concert held in the wake of the Manchester attack turned into a night of unity, healing and joy for 50,000 music fans.
Teachers report having pictures shared across the internet and being set up for fake dates as part of increasingly inventive and 'traumatic' pupil pranks.
National Union of Teachers are sharing extreme examples of how loss of funding is affecting schools across the country.
The attacks at London Bridge, the Manchester Arena and Westminster have prompted some schools and parents to rethink plans and procedures.
Frozen tuition fees, a lack of research funding and fewer highly qualified staff than international rivals sees UK institutions suffer in world rankings.
Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting found that the number of children and teens admitted to children’s hospital for thoughts of suicide or self-harm have more than doubled in the last decade.
Generation Z is the first ‘phigital’ generation, in which a student does not make a distinction between the physical world and the digital one.
Teenage entrepreneurs share tips on how their peers can start and manage both a thriving business and school.
Wanting the ensure Florida’s 200 K-12 public schools can “keep the lights on and keep the doors open” after June 30th, the Florida Senate took the unusual step to override a veto by Gov. Rick Scott.
Administrator discusses how to think about blended learning implementation in stages, refinement and honing.