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Sadfishing: Social media trend threatens teenagers' mental health, report warns

Pupils seeking support online are being affected by latest trend...

Gavin Williamson pledges £120m expansion of technology institutes in bid to beat Germany

But union says promise will ‘come to nothing’ without more funding...

NUS president withdraws from Tory conference over claims of 'disturbing' Islamophobia

‘With hate crimes against Muslims soaring globally, such dangerous rhetoric being disseminated at the annual national conference of our governing party is simply abhorrent, and must be roundly condemned’...

Vaccinations could be made compulsory for schoolchildren, says health secretary

Matt Hancock says there is a ‘very strong argument’ for mandatory jabs...

More than half of young people now going to university, figures show

Figures also show a gender gap, with women more likely to go to university than men...

Brexit 'propaganda' appeared on school digital noticeboards, MP claims

‘I don’t think it should be there as it is a really sensitive subject,’ says concerned parent...

More private tuition agencies should provide free lessons for poorer pupils, charity says

Third of affluent children taught by tutors compared to fifth of disadvantaged students...

Meet the Terabytches: Six Girls and Their Journey to the CyberTitan Nationals

Calling themselves the Falcontech Terabytches, these six female cybersecurity wizards are the powerhouse of Centre Wellington District High School in Fergus, Ontario. As a society consumed by a digital world, we are flooded with tidbits abo...

Children are lashing out at pupils and staff because they are hungry, teachers say

Pupils turning up to school with hunger ‘more common’ amid poverty, headteachers’ union says...

Student plans weekly commute from Amsterdam to Bristol due to accommodation shortage

University offers applicants halls in Wales to cope with rise in demand...

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