MOVES to ban the study of creationism in Scottish schools have been criticised as "dangerous" by headteachers.
TEACHERS and parents have hit out at council cuts to education services, warning the "very heart" of the school system is under threat.
PARENTS fighting for access to free childcare places in their chosen nurseries under a flagship Scottish Government initiative have started a petition.
THE number of computing science teachers in Scotland has dropped sharply, sparking fears for the future of the subject.
UNIVERSITY and business leaders have united in a call for Scotland to have greater control over immigration policy.
CHILDREN who suffer mild hearing loss are not being given enough support in schools, with their academic achievement affected by the lack of help, according to research.
PUPILS are being hit by financial cuts to education services, a leading body has warned.
MAULIN Buch came from his home in Mumbai, India, to study at Glasgow University under the Fresh Talent initiative - which allowed him to work for two years after graduating.
A DRAMATIC fall in the number of Scottish postgraduate students over the past decade is threatening the country's future economic competitiveness, the Education Secretary will warn.
SCHOOL pupils will be feeling a chill in the air if a council gets it way.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to bring back school exchange trips to encourage more children to study languages and gain international experience.
AN educational partnership between Glasgow and Malawi has been expanded to help seven primary schools in the African country.
POSTGRADUATE student Kieran Craig would have considered a job rather than further study after he graduated if it had not been for the financial support he receives.
THE vast majority of school bullying still takes place in traditional settings such as the playground despite the rise of online threats, a new survey shows.
A CAMPAIGN to ensure all pupils are taught about same -sex marriages at Scottish schools has received political backing.
NEARLY 70 per cent of teachers have heard youngsters using derogatory terms for disabled children or children with special educational needs, a new survey has found.