The Earl of Mansfield made an impassioned plea to council bosses to save Logiealmond School - and hinted he could help revive the area by investing in the local leisure industry.
An anti-bullying campaigner who thinks children need a guide for healthy ways to use Instagram has been made a university’s youngest ever honorary graduate.
The new universities minister has said he is against high pay for mediocre vice-chancellors, calling the example of Bath an “egregious case”.
Motorists are being urged to drive with “extreme caution” as wintry conditions continue across the country.
Teachers need more training in how to deal with mental health issues in the classroom, a charity has said.
Pearson shares tumbled as investors focused on declining revenues and a weak outlook for 2018 rather than the disposals and favourable tax rates that helped the company raise annual profit forecasts.
Tayside's world-renowned higher education and health science projects were showcased to politicians involved in the Tay Cities Deal.
A teaching union has expressed serious concern about proposed cuts to Fife's education service.
Nearly £2 million is being spent on services to replace traditional children's homes in Perth and Kinross.
Construction giant Carillion had multimillion-pound contracts spanning the education, health, justice, defence and transport industries.