More than 120 female trade unionists from workplaces across Scotland addressed child poverty issues at a two-day conference in Perth .
Plans to introduce controversial faculties in high schools have not been kicked into the long grass, Dundee City Council maintained last night.
Dundee's Labour group will urge the halt to the introduction of faculties in city schools.
Members of Fife’s largest teaching union have welcomed council plans to “poverty proof” schools to ease the pressure on struggling families.
Principal teachers in Dundee high schools are being asked how they would like to "delete" their own jobs, it has been claimed.
A decades-old tradition of Fife school children enjoying a half day at the end of term is to be ended, it has emerged.
Teaching union the EIS has warned introducing faculties in Dundee schools will not not guarantee any improvement in attainment levels.
EIS calls for two-year qualifications to be introduced for fourth year pupils to ease subject choices concern
Scotland's largest teaching union has called for a major shakeup of classrooms by introducing two-year qualifications for S4 pupils in a bid to increase subject choice in schools.
Educators in Dundee are united in their opposition to council plans to cut principal teachers.
Teachers would demand refunds at taxpayer expense if they are slapped with new parking charges, says one of Scotland’s biggest unions.