Sex offenders are increasingly using live online streaming platforms to exploit children, police have warned.
The Department for Education will imminently publish guidance to help schools deal with peer-on-peer abuse.
Facebook has launched its first app tailored for young users. It's a ring fenced network that needs parental approval before use, and will not be used to feed data for advertising.
Children and young people in England are to be able to access mental health support at school or college under government plans to improve services.
Parents can often feel overwhelmed by the digital world but, if we want to keep our children safe online, they need to keep up-to-date with the latest technology.
Social-networking giant Facebook has launched a new messaging app aimed at children under 13, part of a push to bolster the company's younger user base that is raising fears about expanded use of screens and social media by children.
As more functions are digitized and IT staff work to ensure all bases are covered in protecting sensitive data, there are lessons K-12 leaders can learn from their peers in higher ed.
While some teachers choose to avoid social media and current events entirely, a better approach may be to help students decipher what they read online.
Too many California children can’t read, and the state doesn’t have an adequate plan to fix the problem, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
Appropriate educational apps can prepare children for life in an increasingly digital world where the availability of apps is growing every year.