Hundreds of trainee teachers have quit over the last four years while Scotland suffers staffing shortages in its schools.
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.
Teachers are to be balloted on the latest pay offer which they are being urged to reject.
Talks over teachers’ pay have broken down, with “angry and disappointed” workers accusing Scottish ministers of having walked away from the discussions.
The Scottish Government has been urged to step in and prevent the loss of around 40 teachers in Fife as schools face cut budgets.
Teachers’ organisations have rejected the offer of a 3% pay rise, branding it “derisory”.
One in eight schools in Tayside and Fife do not have enough teaching staff as children return to school, new figures show.
Dundee is not suffering from a drop-off in teachers from the European Union despite a nationwide shortage, according to the city council.
A social networking tool made available to every schoolchild in Scotland has been infiltrated by graphic content, drug pushers and individuals identifying themselves as paedophiles.
Scotland's largest teaching union has warned of a "retention crisis" in Tayside and Fife schools following a rise in the number of teachers signed off with stress.