Ninety children are being taken into care every day in England and Wales and it's claimed social workers are "firefighting" the most serious cases late into the night.
Tes uncovers the shocking truth about the growing threat posed to children by sexual predators online.
Government’s internet safety green paper includes voluntary levy on web giants and social media code of practice.
Chief inspector of schools says focus on ‘badges and stickers’ instead of learning and substance could limit social mobility.
Social media companies could be made to pay for action to tackle 'undeniable suffering' caused by the internet, culture secretary says.
Text and video chat, apps and online group sessions can help students feel safe, encourage self-monitoring, and keep parents informed of available services.
When students read works of fiction that reflect the diversity they will encounter in their daily lives, they are less likely to bully those who are different from them.
Despite an influx in technology-based learning resources, IT leaders have staffing concerns.
Platforms that target content to students based on their interests can keep them more engaged in their work, boosting critical thinking and advanced vocabulary usage.
Energy efficiency upgrades in schools can lower energy consumption and save schools money, but not as much as officials tend to project.