Research from anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label suggests social media is making youngsters more anxious.
A record number of school exclusions were issues to pupils last year for drug and alcohol related issues, new statistics reveal.
The proportion of top degree grades being awarded by UK universities has soared – with some universities giving first-class degrees to more than a third of their students.
Half of pupils expelled from England’s schools have a mental health issue, according to analysis of official data.
Economic improvements, a shrinking graduate pool and increased competition in the labour market cited as reasons for teacher shortage.
The rate of middle school suicides doubled between 2007 and 2014 in the United State for a variety of reasons, including the use of social media for bullying.
Libraries are re-booting to become the tech hub for schools.
The content repository offers tens of thousands of downloadable educational resources. The “upload and share” feature is expected to follow soon.
Introducing wheeled chairs, made a significant difference in student effort and achievement.
Many state legislatures faced fierce debate over budgets at the close of this fiscal year, and K-12 spending was wrapped up in many of these conflicts.