An inspection of Dundee schools has found improvements must continue being made to reduce the attainment gap between the city's poorest and better-off pupils.
Children in Scottish schools are turning up to class "visibly unwell" and pale from hunger, a shocking new poverty report has found.
Teachers in Dundee are having to give children fruit and cereal bars at break time because they are too hungry to learn, according to a shocking new poverty report.
Ministers have been slammed for breaking flagship promises to parents over class sizes.
Headteachers are being handed a £19m war chest to improve the life chances of Tayside and Fife’s poorest children.
Sir, - A few weeks ago my wife and I had the pleasure of having a baby boy in Ninewells Hospital, Dundee.
The council administration's new education leader has said every child born in the city deserves the same start in life, regardless of their economic background.
Pupil performance in basic skills like reading and writing has slumped in Scotland, “shameful” figures reveal.
Deputy First Minister lambasts “gloomy and dismal” attitude to Scottish education in visit to Dundee
The Deputy First Minister has lambasted the "gloomy and dismal" attitude he says is prevalent among some Scottish politicians towards education.
Headteachers in Tayside and Fife will be handed £19 million to improve the performance of poorer pupils.