The report to be put before the committee is to include schools in the Millitimber, Tillydrone, Torry and Countesswells areas of the city.
New figures reveal 93 school buildings in the north-east have fallen below suitable standards.
Schools in Aberdeen were measured on the extent to which the building and its grounds are appropriate, looking at factors including space and facilities.
School pupils from across the north-east drove spectators wild at a soapbox car event.
An Aberdeen secondary school has become the first in the UK to win a prestigious award.
Inspectors have praised a north-east school for making significant progress in the last six years.
A US scientist is bringing her colleagues into classrooms across the world by matching scientists with schools for Skype sessions.
Councillors have welcomed figures that show attendance rates for school pupils have remained above the Scottish average.
A North-east school has been forced to delay its opening today due to a power cut.
School kids from across the North-east have used their maths skills to add up the evidence of a crime scene.
The results of a consultation for a new £47 million school have been released following 600 responses from the community.
Schoolchildren in the North-east have been using robots and computer code to solve a sporting problem.
Researchers from the North-east will work on a trial to test whether starting secondary school later could help pupils perform better.
Families feel welcome at an Aberdeen school’s day-care centre, inspectors have said.
New figures have revealed more than £9 million has been spent on supply teachers in the North-east.
A North-east primary school has been shut this afternoon due to a heating failure. In a note posted on the Aberdeenshire Council website, it confirmed that Ballater Primary School was closed to staff and pupils due to issues with the heating. It comes around three hours after the new term started.
School pupils across the North-east are “falling behind” on a number of educational basics, new Scottish Government data suggests.
Councillors have repeated calls for a new primary school in a seaside town despite a rezoning exercise to alleviate pressure on school rolls.
A teacher working in the North-east is facing disciplinary action this week after allegedly telling a pupil to give a Chinese burn to another child.
Plans to turn an unused Aberdeen office into a classroom for tutoring students have been accepted.
Karen Clark Recruitment of teachers is vital.
A call has been made for school capacity to be increased to keep up with the construction of homes.