The label 'attention seeker' has an impact on the girls who are unfairly dismissed as simply seeking attention and the boys who witness it. We must drop the phrase from our vocabulary.
Critics argue that the new laws could lead people's viewing habits to be leaked onto the internet.
Headteachers warn there are not enough alternative provision places for pupils with mental health needs and behavioural issues.
If used to empower both teachers and pupils, augmented reality and computer vision can revolutionise learning for millions, writes one technology expert.
The new interactive BBC iReporter game - aimed at youngsters aged 11 to 18 - gives you the chance to take on the role of a journalist in the BBC newsroom.
About a third fewer students from 12-18 years old say they’re being bullied compared to a decade ago.
Supporters say students should have the right to an education free from intimidation, but opponents see the program as an attack on public schools.
Though the effects of mental illness on school safety is in the news, suicide is a bigger concern.
The Alabama House of Representatives has unanimously passed a bill focused on protecting children against cyberbullying and harassment off school grounds.
Tens of thousands of children and teenagers live and attend school on U.S. military bases while their parents serve the country. Yet if they are sexually violated, they often get lost in a legal and bureaucratic netherworld.s