A prescriptive English curriculum is in danger of making writing boring for primary school children.
We are now seeing technology being designed with education in mind, and it's changing the way students' learn and understand.
Exposure to nature plays a positive role in brain development by providing children with opportunities to take risks, discover new things, and be creative.
Turns out children don't necessarily become smarter just because they have learned how to play the piano or sing in a choir.
Bringing older adults and young children together will make the care system better for everyone.
We take a closer look at some of the common claims made this year to see if there is any truth to them.
Many parents love sharing photos of their children on social media. But they should stop and think about how it might affect their children, now and in the future.
Welcome to the controversial world of sleep consultancy, where coaches and counsellors train new born babies to 'sleep through the night'.
Forget about the expensive gifts, for young children, it's all about the paper and the packaging this Christmas.
New research highlights the dangers of being too supportive when family relations are strained.
How about a black Santa story, for a change?
Scandinavia's innovative education models present a more diverse and realistic image of the world we live in, and steer clear of gender stereotypes.
Legal scholars explain why a lawsuit by 21 young people against the US government, arguing for a constitutional right to a stable climate, is such a powerful idea.
Bedtime stories can be comforting, chilling and mysterious, but new research highlights how emotions change depending on how children are doing it.
Because educating young people about mental health and well-being is no simple task
Pornography is having negative impacts on children and young people. And increased sexual violence among children is only the tip of the iceberg.
Telling parents how to love their child undermines parental confidence.
No Theresa May, "deprioritising" school places for children isn't the right way to go about reducing immigration figures.
The questions young people tend to ask about maths often relate to their personal experience of how they found maths in school.
The gender gap matters, and we need to recruit, train and retain more men to care for and educate our youngest children