Smartphones that slip into a backpocket and tablets that tuck into schoolbags have allowed kids to inhabit a digital world largely invisible to the grown-ups - and seemingly impossible to supervise.
Primary school kids as young as five are self-harming, acting out and suffering from mood disorders at unheard-of rates - and social media and smartphones are being identified as a major contributing factor.
In the lead-up to its centenary and as part of its commitment to reduce bullying, one of Australia’s leading private schools for girls is making Family Zone protection mandatory on all learning devices for younger students outside of ...
When it comes to students filming fights on or off-campus, the result can be a knockout punch for community wellbeing.
Fortnite is the most popular game on the planet right now - and it’s reportedly fuelling a massive spike in VPN use by students around the globe.
As Mark Twain famously observed, everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.
If your teen is constantly online, it may simply be a sign of the times. But it might also be a red flag for deeper issues.
A new video chat app invites kids to send 15-second videos to strangers. What could possibly go wrong?