A Perth teacher who was drunk in her classroom and "shouted excessively" at pupils has avoided being struck off.
New teachers are to be offered extra cash incentives to encourage them to stay in the classroom.
A teaching crisis has forced Angus to draft in college lecturers to plug some of the subject gaps.
Teachers are suffering from historically unmanageable workloads and bad pupil behaviour according to the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association president.
Madam, – I am writing in response to the article in The Courier (“Views gathered on single force”, February 11), on the Chief Constable of Police Scotland visiting the Commission for Justice in Wales to give advice on forming a single police force there.
A popular infant school teacher who spent her entire career teaching at a rural primary in Angus was treated to a surprise party attended by some of her former pupils.
Teaching union bosses have warned Fife Council education budget proposals risk harming pupil's learning — and will hit hard-pressed families in the pockets.
‘They took over’: Teacher claims pupils did not get to say goodbye to each other in New School’s final days
Staff at the troubled New School at Butterstone are calling for a public inquiry into a series of controversial decisions that led to its sudden closure.
Dundee primary headteacher says he would prioritise vital ‘life skill’ of swimming over classroom subjects
A Dundee headteacher has said he would sacrifice classroom lessons to ensure children are given the chance to learn how to swim.
A Fife maths teacher who failed to mark test papers before declaring them all as passes has been reprimanded by an education watchdog.