Barnardo’s Scotland warns police that risk of suicide is underestimated among children falling for sextortion gangs online.
Half of children aged 11 and 12 have a social media profile, despite most platforms' minimum age being 13, a study from regulator Ofcom suggests.
We asked teachers, parents and students to share their accounts and experiences of sexual harassment taking place among young people in schools.
Creating the space for honest conversations is a crucial part of leading online safety sessions. This assistant head teacher shares three questions that will help teacher to open up discussion.
It is unreasonable to put the weight of the youth mental health crisis on the teaching profession – and offering mental health intervention only at school age comes too late.
Because teachers cannot be everywhere, schools must develop strategies to empower students.
Montana House Bill 298, which passed this year, encourages the state education agency to raise awareness of abuse and increase efforts to prevent it.
Educators must ensure a cautious approach to tech use that doesn't make students overly reliant upon it to complete tasks and solve problems.
Dedicated funding helps a national coding program teach students new skills in diverse neighborhoods across the country.
Bullied teens are twice as likely to take weapons such as guns or knives to school, a new study reveals.