Teachers are being expected to “live like students” in halls of residence because of a housing crisis, it has been suggested.
An education leader has hit out at a “surveillance” culture in the classroom that he said is hindering teachers’ lives.
A teacher in the running for a million-dollar prize has said diversity in the classroom is a “beautiful challenge”.
Scotland’s governing body for teaching has said plans to disband it as part of sweeping education reforms risk doing “irreparable harm to the status and identity of teachers”.
Trade unions have criticised proposals to give headteachers more power, describing them as “flawed” and not supported by the majority of staff.
Political battle lines have been drawn in the fight for the future of education in Fife.
Union bosses fear deteriorating pay and conditions are leaving high schools across Dundee struggling to recruit specialist staff.
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A former Angus principal has called for Angus Council to take a more innovate approach to recruitment to address the teacher shortage in the county’s secondary schools.
Council staff have trained to teach in an effort to ease a staffing crisis in Perth and Kinross.