‘Fundamental weaknesses' found in the Department for Education's approach just three months before rules came into force.
'If the government does not rethink its approach then it runs the risk of letting down future generations'.
Two-thirds of those polled believe smartphones should be banned in schools, but most say teens should be allowed on social media.
In their desperation to secure ‘bums on seats’, some universities are killing academic endeavour and damaging career prospects.
Government says colleges could play a central role in its plans to transform youth mental health provision.
The funding and management of costly tech-based personalized learning models continue to be problematic.
Several solutions help level the playing field for students who don’t have Wi-Fi to do homework.
A western New York school district is upgrading its existing surveillance system to add technology that will scan faces and alert officials to the appearance of expelled students, sex offenders or weapons.
Social media is a powerful medium, and students will be expected to understand how to ethically use those services.
Case Western Reserve University plans to replace the usual anatomy labs with a new series of hands-on experiences, including a virtual-reality simulation.s