29th May 2014 11:16pm
Rise in child emotional abuse calls
The number of child emotional abuse cases referred to police and children's services from the NSPCC's UK helpline has risen by 47%, the charity says.
29th May 2014 06:04pm
What do young Harvard graduates believe?
A snapshot of the private lives and politics of young US elite
29th May 2014 07:45am
Police quiz kids over online abuse
Almost 2,000 children have been investigated over social media abuse, offensive Twitter messages and online bullying since 2011.
22nd May 2014 05:21am
'Computers affect ability to learn'
A teaching union in Northern Ireland voices concern about the impact of modern technology on children's ability to learn at school.
21st May 2014 02:37pm
Degree courses 'not value for money'
A third of students in England, who pay up to Â£9,000 in tuition fees, say their degree course is poor or very poor value for money, a study indicates.
21st May 2014 09:17am
AUDIO: Parents 'may give up' on child support
Janet Allbeson and Steve Webb discuss changes to child maintenance arrangements.
21st May 2014 07:24am
VIDEO: Can animals beat students' exam stress?
As exam season gets under way, one university is using some unusual stress reduction techniques, including massage and petting animals.
21st May 2014 01:56am
Midnight and university library is crowded
Forget 24-hour drinking; students want 24-hour libraries
21st May 2014 12:02am
Child maintenance 'agree or pay' call
A letter is being sent out to single parents in England, Scotland and Wales urging them to agree child maintenance amicably or face charges.
20th May 2014 11:18pm
US 'in denial' over poor maths
US in 'denial' over second world maths standards