Most teens 'relatively' happy, OECD finds - Gulf Today

PARIS: Despite the danger of excessive Internet use and the threat of bullying, most teenagers around the world are "relatively" happy with their lot, a major OECD survey showed Wednesday. Asked to rate their satisfaction with life on a scale of 0 to ...

Selective schooling has negative impact on UK children, say world education experts - The Independent

Selective school systems such as grammar streams lower children's expectations and impact negatively on the wider education system, world experts have said. As the Government pushes forward plans to create new free schools and expand the grammar ...

British teenagers are among the most stressed about bullying and exams - and girls are hit hardest - Mirror.co.uk

Overall the UK took 38th place for life satisfaction out of 48 OECD countries and partner nations. Mexican and Finnish teens were among the happiest. Share; Comments. ByMark Ellis. 16:09, 19 APR 2017. News. Girls are less likely to be satisfied with ...

One in four British teenagers has suffered bullying in school according to new childhood happiness survey - The Sun

ONE in four British teenagers has been bullied at school, according to a major international survey. The OECD report found youngsters in the UK are less happy than in other countries and worry more about exams. Bullying. Getty Images. 3. One in four ...