A MOTHER has won her fight to secure two of her children places at the same primary school – but now wants to change the law to protect other families.
Two of the country's most prestigious academic bodies have raised significant questions over the future of research funding for Scottish universities in the event of a vote for independence.
THREE HUNDRED people, including at least 25 apprentices, will be employed to build a college campus under a £50 million public-private partnership (PPP) deal.
THE Scottish Government has given approval for the merger of Anniesland, Cardonald and Langside colleges, which will create a new college for south and west Glasgow, expected to be called Glasgow Clyde College.
FORMER Miss Scotland Jennifer Reoch is fronting a campaign encouraging students to sign up in time for study support payments.
A SCHOOL whose headteacher moved on after concerns over the way it was being run is now improving, inspectors have said.
A TEACHER has been driven to take extended sick leave after mock CCTV footage which showed him taking part in a violent robbery was spread online.
SCHOOL sin-bins where disruptive pupils can be taken to calm down are under threat from council cutbacks, teachers have warned.
PRIMARY pupils should be given the chance to visit European battlefields and war graves under plans to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, headteachers have argued.
STAFF at one of Scotland's largest colleges are threatening to strike in a long-running dispute over pay.
CLAIMS by the Scottish Government that the controversial new school curriculum has been delivered successfully in primary schools have been undermined by a survey.
THE number of spin-out companies produced by Scottish universities' staff and graduates is falling.
SCOTTISH students face a significant increase in competition for university places if the country votes for independence, an academic has claimed.
EVERY secondary school in Scotland will be offered financial support for visits to European battlefields under plans to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
THE merger of three institutions to form the City of Glasgow College has been a success, according to a new report from the Scottish Funding Council.
THE University of the West of Scotland has announced the appointment of Professor Paul Martin as its new deputy principal.
SCOTTISH primary teachers should not be allowed into the profession without a science qualification, according to one of the country's most prestigious academic bodies.
SCOTTISH Olympic rower Katherine Grainger, former Irish President Mary McAleese and Monty Python star Terry Jones will be awarded honorary degrees by the University of St Andrews next month.
SCOTLAND'S national deaf school has been praised for the quality of nursery education it offers.
OPPOSITION parties have attacked the Scottish Government over a threat to the private reserves of colleges worth millions.
SCOTTISH school pupils should be educated about the independence referendum now the vote has been extended to 16 and 17-year-olds, according to a leading parents' group.
FAMILIES are finding it harder to get their children into the primary school of their choice because of the Scottish Government's policy of reducing class sizes, a parent group has warned.
SCOTTISH colleges fear they could lose millions of pounds under a change in the law that prevents them building up reserves of private cash.
Scotland's largest teaching union has said it will carry out an escalating campaign of action unless politicians address teachers' "increasingly unmanageable workload".
A PARENT who cannot get all of her children into the primary school of her choice has attacked the Scottish Government's "flawed" policy on class sizes.
The Scottish Government introduced the legal limit of 25 for primary one classes in 2010.
A SCOTTISH pupil who brought a knife into school has been allowed back into the classroom, raising fresh fears over the controversial policy of reducing exclusions.
SCOTLAND'S top two universities produce more graduates who live off inherited wealth than either Oxford of Cambridge.
Pupils using technology and social media to subject teachers to cyber-bullying is a problem which must be confronted head on, a union leader has said.
MORE than half of Scottish teachers have considered leaving the profession in the past year, according to a survey.