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.
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."
Parents are receiving daily updates on their children's progress in class, as dozens of Australian primary schools adopt new technology aiming to make classrooms more transparent.
Research suggests that Australian school children may not be studying the right ones.
A Melbourne woman says she felt horrified and sick after a predator posed as pop star Justin Bieber on a popular music app and asked her eight-year-old daughter to send him nude photos.
No one likes to think it of their own child, but there are some warning signs to look out for.
When Arizona father Isaac Irvine discovered that his nine-year-old boy, Bodi, had been bullied at school, he seized the opportunity to have a powerful conversation about what it means to be unique.
There is a common perception that children are more likely to read if it is on a device such as an iPad or Kindles, but new research calls that theory into question.
Homework. Love it or hate it, it has to be done.