Christian Bucks, a second-grader from York in America, came up with a heart-warming idea to ensure children in his schoolyard need never feel lonely again.
Just like personalities, people have different learning styles. By understanding how your child learns you can help them get the most out of their schooling.
They provide access to a living language that helps young people communicate in ways not easily achieved with words.
Education is in danger of being reduced to improving test results and little else.
As any parent knows, it can be difficult to keep track of when money needs to be paid for fees, books, excursions, sport and all the other things kids get up to at school.
Volunteering to chaperone a school trip is not for the faint-hearted. You'll be responsible not only for the welfare of your own child, but the lives of others.
Katie Blomquist is a teacher her students will remember forever.
It started with a simple offer to use their business contacts to help kickstart some fundraising for their kids' school fete. But for a group of dads, planning the fair quickly became a much bigger proposition.
"It causes a lot of stress in families," expert says of technology in the home.
This teacher may be the best ever for giving his pupils a hilarious fake spelling test in an early April Fools' Day prank.
When Caitlin Miller's teachers took her to the principal's office last week the 5-year-old did not understand why.
Coding might sound an unlikely choice, but it's something kids are right into.
"Don't teach your kids coding," says New York Times journalist Thomas Friedman. "Well - teach it if you want. But before you teach them coding, teach them digital civics: how to talk to one another on the internet, how to understand fact from fiction on the internet."