A Fife MP has accused councillors of “political vandalism” in a row over P1 assessments.
A whistleblowing website for teachers has been launched by a Fife educator after a series of anonymous open letters criticised the Scottish Government's record on schools.
Leading academics have signed an open letter to politicians in support of a so-called People’s Vote on Brexit, saying “all possible outcomes” of the process of leaving the EU will be damaging to Scotland and the UK.
The number of college leavers finding work or going on to further study has increased slightly, according to new figures.
Scotland’s Education Secretary said he will try to “reassure” opponents of controversial assessments for P1 pupils, despite facing calls to scrap the tests altogether.
Scots academics are being recruited by online 'essay mills' to produce assignments for desperate students, despite pleas by university bosses to crack down on contract cheating.
Families of pupils at fire-ravaged Braeview Academy have been updated on provisions for classes following the October break.
A 12-year-old schoolboy has been charged following an alleged assault on a teacher at a Dundee school.
Two-thirds of pupils at a Dundee high school not awarded any highers as attainment gap remains in Scotland
Pupils from the most deprived parts of Tayside and Fife are less likely to pass highers than those living in more affluent areas, pass rates reveal.
More than 300 graduates led a proud procession through the streets of Perth on Thursday.