A SCOTTISH university has entered into an historic agreement to establish an international campus in South Korea.
DEAF and blind pupils are struggling to cope in their local schools under the controversial policy of inclusion, experts have warned.
CALLS for an official ban on the teaching of young earth creationism in science lessons in Scottish schools have been kicked out by MSPs.
SCOTLAND'S national deaf school is to close its nursery within weeks following a review of costs, parents have been told.
FORMER SNP Education Secretary Michael Russell is to join Glasgow University as a professor of culture and governance.
TEACHERS are too important to be used as a "political football", the local authority umbrella body has warned in the wake of councils pulling out.
MINISTERS have been urged to reform the way severance payments are made to senior members of staff in the college sector.
DIVISIONS between Scottish councils could lead to a "creeping privatisation" of education, a trade union leader has warned.
A SCOTTISH college has spent £50,000 sending its principal on an eight week management course at one of the world's most prestigious universities.
TWO Scottish teachers who lost their jobs after being caught in a pub with cocaine have been struck off.
A TEACHER who was so incompetent an entire top set maths class failed a test has lost her latest attempt to win her job back.
CHARITIES have issued a damning assessment of the way blind and deaf pupils are educated in Scottish schools.
MEMBERS of the expert panel who will judge The Herald's new Higher Education Awards have been unveiled.
LECTURERS at a Scottish university are to be balloted for strike action in a row over job cuts.
Controversial plans to close four primary schools on Skye and replace them with one new community school, have been called in by Scottish ministers.
BOSSES at a college are being investigated over the payment of more than £55,000 in fees to a legal firm.
SCOTLAND's largest teaching union has launched an investigation to see if controversial Confucius Classrooms are hurting the teaching of other languages.
SCOTLAND'S elite private schools are retaining their charitable status despite offering almost no means-tested bursaries for primary level pupils.
TRADITIONALLY the preserve of pupils in the private sector the old school tie network is coming to a comprehensive near you.
FORMER First Minister Henry McLeish has stepped down from his role as the chair of the troubled board overseeing Glasgow Colleges.
THE Catholic Church has called for a council to overturn a controversial decision to close a primary school on the outskirts of Glasgow.
UNIVERSITIES have seen a sharp rise in the amount of money they generate through philanthropic giving, according to a new survey.
A SCOTTISH university has been named one of the world's top 20 institutions founded in the last 50 years.
A SCOTTISH university broke the law by axing fixed term staff without consulting trade unions, the Supreme Court has ruled.
STANDARDS of literacy in Scottish primary and secondary schools are falling, according to a worrying new survey.
FOUR Scottish institutions have been including in a new worldwide league table of the best university courses.
A QUARTER of staff at a newly-merged college whose principal was suspended amidst claims of a "perceived culture" of fear and bullying say they have been harassed at work.
COUNCILS have raised doubts over the need for a new post of Chief Education Officer with responsibility for closing the attainment gap.
SCOTLAND's oldest university has been ranked the best in the country in the latest poll of UK institutions.
STATE and private schools have been urged to overcome their traditional suspicions and work together more closely.