'One person came to us and said that after reporting sexual assault to her university and the police, she was put in the same room as the perpetrator for all of her exams,' says campaigner.
Busy parents are relying on smart speakers to tell children bedtime stories or are substituting storytime with videos.
Too many children in England are being admitted to mental health hospitals unnecessarily, according to a report.
Father whose daughter was allegedly sexually exploited at school says getting Ofsted to take an interest was like ‘running at a brick wall’.
Teenagers are routinely described as being glued to their mobile phones but at one school they have volunteered to hand them in to teachers once a week.
A form of harassment that didn't exist even a few years ago, and highlights the fast-evolving digital world our teenagers now have to manage.
A new study found that 90% of young people killed by an intimate partner from 2003 and 2016 were girls.
The nation's medical system falls far short of meeting the demand for teen mental health services because cases of suicide and psychiatric disorders are skyrocketing.
Although unnerved at first, counselors have found that apps can help troubled teens find help.
Evolving classroom technology integrations require educators to be more mindful about how new tools affect student privacy.s