A SCOTTISH teachers' union has rejected the offer of a 2% pay rise over the next two years.
TWO Scottish headteachers who allowed a preacher from a creationist Christian sect to help out at their primary school for more than eight years have been removed from their posts while an inquiry is carried out.
SCOTLAND needs more universities to help raise the expectations of young people battling challenging backgrounds, one of the UK's top lawyers has claimed.
SCOTLAND has three universities ranked in the top 100 in the world, according to a new international league table.
Colleges should significantly extend their reach into secondary schools in a shake-up designed to improve job prospects for young people, the Scottish Government has been advised.
RADICAL proposals for Scottish schools to develop their most talented pupils using money from philanthropists have been attacked by a leading academic.
TWO-thirds of Scottish universities employ lecturers on controversial zero-hours contracts, far more than other workforce sectors, according to a survey.
SCOTLAND'S schools would be able to develop the country's most talented pupils using private money from a National Lottery-style fund under radical new proposals.
SCOTTISH pupils who opt out of religious assemblies have been asked to do menial tasks instead, such as sharpening pencils and cleaning the school library, secular campaigners have claimed.
EDINBURGH is one of the most expensive cities in the UK to be a student while Glasgow is one of the cheapest, according to a new survey.
The system which allows parents to opt their child out of religious observance in school is failing, MSPs have been told.
THE benefit to wider Scottish society from the influx of thousands of international students has been highlighted in a new report.
A DEAL has been struck in a bid to alleviate the current crisis in supply teaching in Scottish schools.
A PILOT project to teach basic skills of movement, such as running, jumping and throwing, to children as young as three has had a significant impact on their physical development.
THE number of Scots securing a place at university north of the Border has reached its highest level.
A TEACHER was so incompetent her entire top level maths class failed a test and she was unable to answer problems she set her students, a hearing has been told.
PRIVATE schools across Scotland will be delighted with the latest set of Higher exam results.
SCOTTISH private schools have lost ground to secondaries in the state sector, according to the latest national examination figures.
LECTURERS at Scottish colleges face another wave of job losses as the sector copes with further cuts, a watchdog has warned.
A MAJORITY of Scots would prefer to send their children to state schools rather than the private sector even if they didn't have to pay any fees, according to a survey.
SCOTTISH business leaders have backed calls for greater promotion of French in schools after it was revealed the number of pupils taking the language at Higher fell sharply this year.
THE Scottish Government is facing calls to act in the wake of a legal ruling that threatens to erode the rights of thousands of parents who have children with special needs.
A new legal ruling has eroded the rights of thousands of Scottish parents who have children with special needs, lawyers have warned.
HUNDREDS fewer Scottish pupils sat Higher French this year compared to 2012, sparking fears for the subject's long-term future.
THE number of students with learning disabilities at Scottish colleges has fallen by almost 300 following cuts to part-time courses.
TWO senior officials at Scotland's national deaf school have been suspended pending an inquiry into the way a historic allegation of inappropriate behaviour by ?¨a member of staff was dealt with.
TRIPLETS are celebrating after achieving 15 A-grade passes between them in their Higher exams.
A NEW Scottish "super-school" formed from the merger of four primaries two years ago has been praised by inspectors.
TWO senior officials at Scotland's national deaf school have been suspended pending an inquiry into the way a historic allegation of inappropriate behaviour by a member of staff was dealt with.