There has been a tenfold increase in the worldwide prevalence of childhood obesity over the past four decades.
Tintin's adventures aren't just fun to read – you can pick up a lot of history as well.
Research shows people are more likely to reject international students when they are perceived as a threat to themselves or their children.
Policies to tackle social mobility have been largely misdirected. While rates of upward social mobility have fallen, downward mobility has risen.
Celebrities are turning away from the fields that made them famous and becoming amateur experts.
British three- and four-year-olds spend around four hours a day on screen time.
There’s so much more to video games than first person shooters.
Many teachers believe that fundamentalists are not really religious, but have just misinterpreted their holy books.
Nearing the end of his second and final term, the founding chair of The Conversation UK considers the role of universities in the news media environment.
Teachers' understanding of dyslexia is mostly limited to behaviour, new survey finds.
Grammars have received a £50m funding boost, while at the same time many primary and secondary schools are resorting to Amazon Wish Lists to fund basic supplies.
Children need be able to identify potentially harmful sexual behaviours, including sexting, from a young age.
International students are a huge asset, but universities must guard against prejudice and ensure they they are properly integrated and supported.
How an increased use of technology could widen the gender pay gap in higher education.
The government's ambitious plans for T-levels might struggle to get off the ground given that further education colleges are already short of 20,000 staff.
Since 1997, the ways people in the UK define their nationality has rapidly changed.
More than 800 students told researchers what they value most in their friends.
The education system needs an urgent re-think to give children from disadvantaged backgrounds a better chance in life.
Is it really the best use of time for children, teachers and parents?
This is what children want from their local areas to live happier and healthier lives.
For every £1 invested in a north Wales community music programme, researchers saw as much as £6.69 created in social value.
By changing the curriculum, Scotland acknowledges that society has always been diverse – and that will help more young people feel accepted.
For teenagers, blogging about politics in school can help them hone their views – and be more tolerant of others'.
Physical education is for every body - as long as it's male.
Estimates suggest that Oxford lost 19% of those who served, Cambridge 18%, and Manchester and Glasgow 17%.