Charities are worried about the number of schools cancelling cultural outings, just when they are needed more than ever.
Pupils should be taught in school how to avoid being sucked into gangs or exploited by older criminals, the children's commissioner has said.
Society should be "ashamed" for not protecting a suicidal girl in secure custody, a senior judge has said.
Department for Education research finds that spending an extra £1,000 per pupil boosts results by only 'a fraction of a grade' – and only at primary level.
The very poorest children in England have fallen even further behind their non-disadvantaged classmates since 2007, research says.
Sarahah, an anonymous messaging app skyrocketing in popularity among U.S. teens, promotes honest feedback but could be a tool for cyberbullying, critics say.
He was an English teacher who did not last long at any particular school, and as he moved from place to place, Frederic Lyman appears to have left behind a trail of sexual misconduct.
How can schools ensure that they are creating effective, purposeful learning environments in a device-agnostic classroom? It helps to begin by asking 3 questions.
A former middle school instructional assistant infected with HIV is facing more than 100 felony counts of child sex abuse and other offenses after authorities in Southern Maryland identified at least two dozen victims, according to Charles County court documents and lawyers.
In recent weeks, the NSPCC reported a spike in the number of children requesting counselling sessions for race or faith-based bullying following the recent terror attacks. Around the same time, there has also been a rise in reported Islamophobic incidents.