Ballots should be considered for allocating places at the country’s top state schools to give disadvantaged pupils more equal access, according to a new report.
A Fife headteacher is consulting parents on plans to cut the length of the school week in an effort to meet swingeing budget cuts.
Perth College UHI told to “think again” after announcing all learning centres will close this summer
Perth College UHI chiefs have been told to "think again" after announcing plans to shut their learning centres in Crieff, Kinross and Blairgowrie this summer.
Schoolchildren were left in tears by protests outside a school, the teacher at the heart of a sex education row has said.
Union backs Dundee University staff at centre of discrimination row – despite petition posted by president
A union representing academic employees has offered its "strong support" to Dundee University staff at the centre of a discrimination row - despite its own president launching the petition which sparked it.
The number of parents fined for their children’s poor attendance at school has rocketed by 74.7%, figures show.
Leading human rights campaigner to represent blind international student told to leave UK in discrimination row
A leading human rights campaigner has agreed to represent a blind international student at Dundee University, told to leave the country after his status was revoked in the wake of a discrimination row.
College lecturers are taking part in a fourth day of strike action in a long-running dispute over pay.
Dundee’s stalling progress on pupil attainment ‘cannot be fully explained by funding and deprivation’
Dundee is making the slowest progress in Scotland for improving attainment at secondary schools, according to an analysis by a council watchdog.
Scottish ministers have been urged to set out a timetable for introducing a minimum student income.