Social media might lead young people into self-harm but it is not the real reason why they do it, writes Natasha Devon.
Government study finds violent bullying down, cyberbullying and social exclusion up.
The all-party parliamentary group on literacy heard evidence that fake news could make children more anxious, damage their self-esteem and skew their world view.
Schools and parents should not be scared to take smartphones and other electronic devices away from teenagers, the headmaster of Eton has said.
Children were left distressed after seeing ads for a horror film on YouTube, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has revealed.
The percentage of students who said they felt safe at school dropped 4 percentage points since the 2016-17 school year to 87 percent this year.
As classrooms go digital, educators now have the ability to create environments that are more engaging and readily accessible for all students.
A Kansas district's tech chief sees safety, savvy and socialization as equally important components of effectively preparing students to engage online.
At a Senate hearing, members of a select committee discussed mental health training and security cameras. But they failed to reach consensus on school architecture and metal detectors.
Maine-Endwell High School students are learning how to combat cyberbullies and become better digital citizens through the class “Haters and Trolls”.s