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Schools, universities and policymakers came together at the British Academy's Language Festival to explore ways of ending the UK's monolingualism
Jane Martinson: A survey conducted by the Girl Guides reveals the shocking truth about the sexual harassment and sexism that girls experience: not just that there is so much of it, but that it happens at school...
One head is using his pupil premium to fund a full-time psychotherapist. He believes it is helping children's learning as well as their mental health problems
A school in Halesowen has banned pupils from using 'woz' and 'it wor me' in the classroom, but the playful local dialect is full of linguistic gems
Forget body image for a moment, women's magazines are perpetuating stereotypes about women and tech and it's dated, lazy and damaging
While the Tory party may believe it can stand athwart history yelling 'stop', YouTube still exists.
Results suggest it might be better to start musical training before age of seven, says study's author
Gradual exodus of young people towards WhatsApp, WeChat and KakaoTalk is just as their mums and dads get the hang of social networking
The way Google finishes our sentences during internet searches is corrupting our thoughts, says Tom Chatfield.
The anonymity software has sparked controversy but who built it, what is it used for, what browser does it use – and why is the NSA so worried by it? By Stuart Dredge
By connecting education with smarter technology, Intel offers a look into the future of K-12 education. Watch as students use technology to collaborate with ...
Google subsidiary working with Phonebloks on project that will see developers creating modules for its hackable handsets
Some schools are pumping music, noises and fragrances into the classroom to see if it improves exam results – could it work?
Athene Donald: A report launched today by the Institute of Physics demonstrates that the majority of schools don't do enough to counter prevailing gender stereotypes
Created to celebrate Children's Day (June 1st), this board gathers severeal infographics, featured on Visual Loop (http://visualoop.tumblr.com/), about our children's health, education and much more.
Library copies of the bestselling sadomasochistic romance were found to carry traces of herpes and cocaine
It's a world away from the violence and realism of Grand Theft Auto, but the game being hailed as a Cinderella story for the internet age is set to dominate sales at Christmas
Ruth Hardy: As a waitress at the lord mayor's banquet, the contrast between what Cameron was saying and where he was saying it felt particularly chilling
Rolling Jubilee spent $400,000 to purchase debt cheaply from banks before 'abolishing' it, freeing individuals from their bills
You could study for a degree from a beach in Thailand, or while juggling work and looking after children – thanks to the flexibility of online learning
Want a more productive team? Start by changing the conference room — and adding snacks — when you call meetings.
http://www.nyfa.com Short film produced at the New York Film Academy and directed by Stephen o'regan. It was written by Terry Bisson
Buy DVD at http://www.mediaed.org The Mean World Syndrome Media Violence & the Cultivation of Fear A new film based on the late George Gerbner's groundbreaki...
Monsanto has made its first acquisition of big data technology with the purchase of Climate Corporation.