Access to a maligned social networking tool has been permanently shut down for Scottish schoolchildren after education bosses admitted "significant challenges" with control, moderation and safeguarding.
Nicola Sturgeon was forced to defend accusations that her government has failed to properly safeguard pupils on a school app.
A maligned social networking tool has been reintroduced to Scottish schools despite ongoing concerns over access to pupil information.
Authorities are attempting to fix safety concerns about a school networking app months after they were first warned of problems.
Education Scotland's chief executive has admitted safety controls on a social networking tool used in Scottish schools are "not hugely effective".
Education Secretary John Swinney was warned of pornographic material circulating on a school social networking tool six weeks before a Courier investigation led to access being locked down.
Education Scotland is facing "very difficult questions" after being forced to order a hard reset of all passwords across its national digital learning platform following a major security breach.
School teachers say they have been silenced after trying for more than a year to raise the alarm over suspended social networking tool Yammer.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged a "proper review" after The Courier revealed how a social networking tool was rolled out to Scottish schools despite concerns over its vulnerability to predators.
The Scottish Government is facing calls for an "urgent review" into their own education department after being forced to pull the plug on a school social networking app following concerns over inappropriate content.