Study shows how to help students achieve their full potential.
This is how to design schools for autistic children.
There is little evidence that pads alone will keep girls in school – stigma, lack of appropriate infrastructure, and embarrassment need to be dealt with too.
Teaching during the Section 28 era has left a damaging legacy for those LGBT teachers who lived through it.
When it comes to inclusive education, England has gone backwards, with more and more students placed in segregated provision or excluded from educational opportunities.
Research has found that students suffer lower levels of well-being when they don't regularly use their greatest strengths of character.
When it comes to reading, choosing the books your child reads, forcing them to read at certain times and asking them questions about their books are all big no nos.
For many professional athletes, leaving their troubled neighborhoods for better resourced prep schools paved the way for success.
Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK where primary school pupils do not have to learn another language.
Children are the future, so why don't we listen to them more often?
Forest School helps children learn without realising it.
The education system is failing some of the country's most vulnerable children.
Virtual reality can allow teachers and students to explore coral reefs or the inside of cells without leaving the classroom.
Yoga and mindfulness are becoming more prevalent in America's public schools. But are they subtly promoting religion? A scholar who has served as an expert witness in several yoga cases weighs in.
Play video games and learn a language – a researcher explains why it might be possible.
Research from around the world shows that boosting teacher pay can lead to better student learning, but only if it's accompanied by other things.
School ‘well-being dogs’ could help to reduce stress and make children happier.
Just because your children are learning about LGBT relationships, it won't make them gay.
School textbooks from Germany deal with Europe in much greater detail and with more of a positive angle than those published in England.
In England, one in fifty children cycle to school. But if English children cycled at the same rates as Dutch children, this could rise to two in five.