A new study, published in the journal Demography, reveals that when spouses love each other, children stay in school longer and marry later in life.
According to a new study published in the journal Educational Psychology, students have better classroom performance if teachers praise them for being good rather than scolding them for being bad.
A school in the southwest of Yemen is implementing music lessons, in the hope of easing the stress of children living within the community.
St Benedict's top Gr 12 student, Karl Etsebeth, scooped up eight distinctions and an enviable average of 92.6% and is ranked on the IEB's Commendable Achievers List.
A new study, presented at the American Academy of Pediatrics 2019 National Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans, found that almost half of children in the U.S. don't get the recommended 9 hours of sleep.
Over the past few months, the media has been flooded with reports of people being critically ill and dying from vaping.
A senior lecturer at the University of Ghana is threatening to sue the BBC over a report that alleged he gave his students grades based on their willingness to engage in sex with him.
Today parents are on a mission to limit screen time for their kids, but new studies show they may be limiting it in the wrong way.
The education industry has increasingly become vulnerable to hackers, leaving students' information open to theft and other types of fraud.
In Tanzania, Anza is an organization working to improve the living conditions of local people by investing in local entrepreneurs and helping starts-ups and social enterprizes get off the ground. With Anza's help, a small pottery making clay water...
Look at the people who occupy the top jobs across the UK and you’ll find a disproportionate number of them were privately educated. But now campaigners are asking why we have private schools and arguing for us to get rid of them.
Keeping track of readers helps news organisations improve their articles, explains the Guardian's editor for strategic projects.
What the Guardian thinks about big subjects - like climate change or Donald Trump - is all in its leader columns, explains the Guardian’s chief leader writer.
The Guardian's head of international news explains how he makes decisions about what stories to cover, to help readers understand more about the world.
Sima wants to be a nurse one day. His favourite game is hospital-hospital. But papa and his friends do not approve. What will change their minds?
As part of the 2019 NumberSense User Group Conference, Grade 4, 5, and 6 students from schools participated in the Standard Bank/Shikaya NumberSense Programme.
Adding fractions is easy, until the denominator is different on both. We compare the method they teach you in school to a more visual and memorable way of adding fractions in this video.
More and more in Thailand, rural students learn in traditional classrooms, but with an emphasis on hands-on activities.
From 11x11 right up to 19x19, here's an easy hack to tackle and times teen numbers.
If you've got your tables memorised, you can probably read off your 9-times tables like nobody's business. But we've put together these genius math hacks that make it easier to tackle even the bigger numbers.
Sure, memorising your times tables is easy when you're working with smaller numbers. The bigger ones, not so much... But we've put together these genius math hacks that makes multiplication a whole lot easier to do.
Australia is well-loved all over the world for our stunning beaches, crystal clear waters are adorable wildlife! Celebrities are not immune from the magic of Down Under! Check out the top five celebs who love Australia!
Have you heard about the controversial new 'fake meat'? Scientists have discovered a way to grow cultured meat in a lab and it's said to revolutionise the meat industry! Would you try fake meat from a lab?
If you're a true animal lover and also looking for the perfect getaway destination, then look no further than this awesome list! From the gorgeous Yala National Park to the breath-taking Cardamom Mountains!
According to nutritionists, loads of the food we think is healthy actually has more calories than your regular hamburger! Watch to find out which of your favourite 'healthy' snacks makes the list.
Are you looking for a truly enriching, educational and cultural experience? Look no further than this list of incredible art, culture and historic institutions you can find in the stunning state of Western Australia!
Some of the most incredible human beings on the planet come from Africa... From amazing sport stars to generous activists, it's almost too hard to pick just five!
Some of the worlds most innovative inventions and discoveries have come straight of out Africa! Here's a top five list of all the very best ones!
Matric examination got underway on Monday across the country. Here are a few tips for A+ results.
The easiest, and often simplest, way to explain particular scientific concepts to kids is to show them with an experiment. So we put together one explaining density by creating a seascape... in a jar!
From evaporation to condensation, here's a fun experiment to explain to kids how clouds are formed and it eventually rains.
We show you a great way to help your kids study using the Leitner system and flashcards.
Understanding fractions and applying mathematical concepts to them isn't the easiest, nor the simplest, of tasks. But doing so in a visual way will certainly make it easier for learners.
A British woman is among 10 teachers in the running for a million-dollar teaching prize. Andria Zafirakou, from Alperton Community School in Brent, north west London, has made it onto the shortlist for the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize.