Four tips for teaching reading.
Car seats and their endless harnesses, straps and buckles feel like an engineering nightmare for parents. But they work.
It's not all child's play.
At the age of four, children have a basic understanding of gender differences and expectations. But it is unlikely they would knowingly be sexist.
Why a common sense approach is needed when it comes to autism and primary school tests.
Spending time with pets can lead to significantly improved social skills and motivation for learning.
Can disturbed sleep patterns have an impact on a child’s ability to acquire language and vocabulary?
Chain restaurants vowed to make children's menus healthier. But our analysis of menus across the country shows that kids' choices still aren't very good for them.
Research shows that providing children with eReading devices can actually inhibit their reading.
Does sport really improve young people’s development?
'Healthy child' vouchers and increased taxation could help tackle the childhood obesity problem.
Moves to make sex education compulsory cannot come quickly enough.
What drives a child to commit sexual abuse?
The classroom setting is better for early teenagers, while self-guided language learning is better for adults.
Child refugees need to have access to quality language programs so they have a chance at doing well at school - and teachers also need to be given appropriate training.
Supreme Court upholds controversial immigration rules for families introduced in 2012. It means families will have to earn a minimum income to bring over spouses from abroad.
The guidelines don't go far enough to clarify what to do in the case of refusals by children.
Turns out learning a musical instrument really could benefit your child, in more ways than you might think.
Students with chronic illness often get only a few hours of education a week. Telepresence robots could let them participate fully in classroom and school activities.
Focusing on the opportunity to learn gap removes the emphasis from locating "the problem" in the person, and turns our attention to the differences in access to educational resources.