The Scottish Government has been urged to step in and prevent the loss of around 40 teachers in Fife as schools face cut budgets.
The Education Secretary’s changes to controversial tests do not allay “serious concerns” from teachers, warns the EIS.
The largest teachers' union in Scotland has demanded that national testing for 5-year-olds is scrapped.
John Swinney’s promise of a “renaissance” in education was met with threats of strike action by a union over teacher pay.
Charge teachers and council staff for parking and leave Angus streets alone, suggests depute Provost
Teachers could be asked to pay to park at their schools as part of radical plans being put forward in Angus.
School clothing grants face the axe and funding for breakfast and holiday clubs could be slashed as part of swingeing education budget cuts being considered by Fife Council.
Union bosses fear deteriorating pay and conditions are leaving high schools across Dundee struggling to recruit specialist staff.
Efforts to stem the shortage of teachers in Scottish schools has brought about a new teaching qualification route at Dundee University.
An MSP is calling on mobile phones to be banned in schools – but how practical would that be in this technologically-driven age? Michael Alexander reports.
Scotland's largest teaching union has warned that a recent drop in exclusions in Dundee has led to an increase in violence in schools.