Using social media isn't directly harming teenagers - but it can reduce the time they spend on healthy activities, such as sleeping and exercising, a study suggests.
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Labour says it would scrap the system of university places being offered on the basis of predicted grades and bring in a system of applying after results.
Chartered College of Teaching outlines five things for schools to consider about the use of EdTech.
Campaigners say children face ‘lifetime of being left behind’ amid cuts to support services.
Teens turn to YouTube to keep up with current events instead of established news organizations.
The Everyone Can Code program offers curriculum and exercises that introduce students to Apple’s programming language, Swift, and its development tools, xCode.
More institutions aren't requiring applicants to submit ACT and SAT scores, but their reasons for doing so and how they are assessing students instead vary.
Experts suggest teacher, student and parent buy-in starts with inclusion in the decision-making process.
Forty percent of American children have connected with a stranger online, according to a new survey of fourth- through eighth-graders.s