TEACHERs have warned they face an increase in workload because of cuts to the amount of study leave pupils are given to prepare for exams.
A HOLYROOD committee has called for safeguards to be put in place to protect the financial interests of Scotland's colleges.
SCOTTISH Catholic schools are significantly outperforming those in the non-denominational sector, according to research.
THE controversial requirement for teachers at Catholic schools to be vetted by a priest before they are given a job has come under fire from headteachers.
A SCOTTISH university is hoping to raise £14 million to redevelop its sporting facilities.
THE Scottish Government has come under fire over a fall in the number of women studying at Scotland's colleges.
UNIVERSITY life has always been seen as time of long lies, daytime television and cheap beer, but a new survey claims today's students are shunning a social life in favour of study as good grades are increasingly seen as the key to career success.
FAILURE to deliver a flagship policy to provide universal free school meals to primary pupils would be a tragedy, campaigners have warned.
AN investigation has been launched into an independent Aberdeen school and nursery.
The care of children is being investigated at an independent school and nursery.
A LEADING children's charity has called for anti-cyberbullying lessons to be placed at the heart of the school curriculum following reports of the problem growing.
A NEW system of exam appeals for Scottish schools could lead to some pupils missing out, headteachers have claimed.
'LADS' mags' should be removed from student union shops, according to a union representing Scotland's higher education sector.
THE Scottish Government is facing calls for a shake-up of the public appointments process after only two women were appointed to lead the country's 12 new college regions.
LECTURERS at Scottish colleges face more job losses as the sector copes with cuts and mergers, according to a survey.
TEACHERS in Glasgow have suffered hundreds of attacks from pupils in the past five years, according to figures that expose the scale of violence in classrooms.
THE Scottish Government is under fire over the gender balance on public bodies after only two women were selected to lead the country's 12 new college regions.
SCOTTISH teachers have voted overwhelmingly to accept a new pay and conditions offer.
THE head of one of Scotland's most successful private schools has announced his retirement.
SCOTTISH pupils with conditions such as autism and dyslexia are not getting the support they need because councils are failing to identify them, charities have warned.
THE number of pupils from Russia attending Scottish boarding schools has doubled in the past five years.
TEACHERS' leaders have warned that pupils are sitting too many school exams.
CAMPAIGNERS have won a victory in their fight against the proposed closure of two primary schools on the outskirts of Glasgow after the Scottish Government stepped in to halt the plan.
WHEN 19-year-old Russian Iurii Layvgin first saw pictures of Glenalmond College, in rural Perthshire, he thought the main building looked like a castle.
THE current system of Scottish school exams should be scrapped and replaced with a single exit qualification, a think tank has claimed.
A £250,000 placement scheme has launched to boost the number of women choosing a career in science and engineering.
Scottish ministers' policy of providing free universal childcare is "chronically underfunded", private nurseries have warned.
A TEACHER'S lesson plans were so bad they were "affecting pupils' life chances", a hearing was told.
A PRIVATE school closed by inspectors due to concerns over care has appointed liquidators, with the loss of 78 jobs.
THE daughters of a couple found dead in their house have paid tribute to their parents as the "most loving, caring couple".