Apple says that it plans to make parental control tools more robust, following investor calls that it must take action against smartphone addiction in children.
With relentless testing, social media scrutiny and the changing job market, is it any wonder we've seen a worrying rise in children aiming for perfection?
Legal action considered as research shows that authorities are compiling data about pupils in alternative provision, without consulting the children or their parents.
A child safety charity has warned of the dangers of social media after a serving police officer was caught by a vigilante paedophile hunter.
Damian Hinds has become the new Education Secretary, replacing Justine Greening. What are the questions waiting at the top of his in-tray? And what should he do differently to avoid the sudden exit of his predecessor?
Electronic toymaker VTech will pay $650,000 (£480,000) to settle charges that it failed to protect the privacy of children using its gadgets.
Today, a growing number of digital-citizenship curriculum providers are emerging, catering to increasing demand from schools and educators across the country adopting “DigCit” as central to the education they provide.
A pair of investors who say they hold about $2 billion in Apple stock are pushing the company to do more to protect its youngest users from the effects of digital technology.
A push is on for more openness and accountability when it comes to sexual misconduct and harassment at the K-12 level.
Experts from various areas of the education industry share trends that will help shape K-12 education in 2018.