A disused primary school will open tomorrow to accommodate pupils from a private school which was ordered to close on Friday after inspectors raised safety concerns.
SCHOOLS across Scotland will be given more funding to help them introduce controversial new qualifications.
UNIVERSITY employers and union bosses are set to hold fresh talks amid a continuing row over pay.
A TEACHER has been struck off after an education official witnessed the "worst classroom disruption of his career".
A PRIVATE school is to close from today after inspectors said they were not confident pupils were "safe and well cared for".
EDUCATION officials are to consider plans to redraw the catchment areas for primary schools in one community to try to deal with rising pupil numbers.
PLANS for a new-build primary school have been unveiled amid concerns about the size of the premises and the loss of neighbouring land to the community.
STRIKE action by college lecturers has been suspended after negotiations between management and union officials.
MINISTERS' plans for every pupil in the first three years of primary to receive a free school meal from next year will not work in some rural areas, it has been warned.
UNIVERSITIES are being warned that they risk breaching consumer protection law by preventing students from graduating because of debts that could be from something as small as a late library book.
STUDENTS from universities across Scotland could be left unable to graduate after academics announced plans for a marking boycott in an increasingly bitter UK-wide row over pay.
STUDENTS from Glasgow University have begun voting on who will be the institution's next rector.
UP to 120 members of academic staff at a Scottish university face the axe under cost-cutting plans.
HIS actions have split public opinion across the world - and now one of Scotland's greatest universities is divided by Edward Snowden.
Alan Bissett, 38, award-winning Scottish writer and author of novels including Boyracers (2001), The Incredible Adam Spark (2005) and Death Of A Ladies Man (2009).
EDUCATION chiefs at a Scottish council have admitted they breached Government regulations over the recruitment of a new headteacher at one of their schools.
THE nomination of United States whistleblower Edward Snowden for the post of rector at a Scottish university has split opinion on campus.
Glasgow University is one of five Scottish universities that elects a rector.
SCOTLAND has a "dependency culture" which discourages innovation, a university principal has warned.
SCHOOLS across Scotland are failing to provide pupils with their statutory right to religious education, according to a report.
SCOTLAND'S colleges are under fire for their increasing use of zero-hours contracts.
SCOTTISH teachers are calling for more help to reduce the bureaucratic burden of controversial new school qualifications.
A PROGRAMME to reduce school exclusions is being used to counsel families in crisis and divert young people from crime.
SCIENTISTS at a Scottish university have developed a new test which will make the diagnosis of bacterial meningitis quicker and easier.
SCOTTISH colleges are facing industrial unrest over moves to equalise widely varying pay and conditions across the sector.
SCHOOLGIRLS could be getting lower exam results than male pupils because they are more likely to skip breakfast, a head teacher has claimed.
CALLS for council education committees across Scotland to be stripped of religious representatives have been branded anti-democratic.
COLLEGE lecturers have gone ahead with a planned strike, despite a last-minute offer to revise their pay.
A college facing industrial action has revised its offer to staff in the hope of averting planned strikes.
TRIBUTES have been paid to the former Strathclyde University principal Sir Graham Hills who has died, aged 87.