Schoolchildren were left in tears by protests outside a school, the teacher at the heart of a sex education row has said.
The number of parents fined for their children’s poor attendance at school has rocketed by 74.7%, figures show.
College lecturers are taking part in a fourth day of strike action in a long-running dispute over pay.
Scottish ministers have been urged to set out a timetable for introducing a minimum student income.
College chiefs have written directly to lecturers urging them to reconsider further strike action in a dispute over pay.
A new multi-million-pound concert venue has entered a flagship business partnership with an Aberdeen secondary school.
A teaching union has raised concerns about primary school class sizes.
Lecturers have passed a no confidence vote on the umbrella body for the college sector in Scotland.
Hundreds of Scots studying in Europe could be forced to cut their education short and come home after Brexit, a Holyrood minister has warned.
Aberdeen Science Centre has received a six-figure funding boost from the Scottish Government.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced £400,000 of funding to help disadvantaged women and girls in Pakistan complete their education, inspired by education campaigner Malala Yousafzai.
A new scheme at Aberdeen University will address teaching gaps in the Scottish system.
An Aberdeen school has made “positive progress” since its last inspection, a watchdog has said.
A short series of animations designed to inform children as young as four about online dangers has been launched by the National Crime Agency (NCA) in response to the growing threat of online grooming.
The proportion of P1 to P3 youngsters being taught in classes of 26 or more has increased, new figures have revealed.
Children’s minister Nadhim Zahawi joined campaigners making the case for more funding to secure of the future of nursery schools.
A reduction of subject choices in S4 at most Scottish schools is a “catastrophe” for pupils, MSPs have been told.
Parents are helping schools by paying for glue sticks and pens due to a funding crisis, headteachers have warned.
Police are investigating reports of homophobic graffiti at a school which is at the centre of a sex education row.
Scotland’s largest teaching union has suspended plans to ballot members over strike action after a revised pay offer was put forward.
North-east children dressed up as their favourite characters to celebrate World Book Day. Characters from fictional favourites including Roald Dahl’s BFG and David Walliams’ Gangsta Granny could be seen as schools marked the annual tradition, which today celebrates its 22nd birthday.
College lecturers across Scotland have gone on strike again in an ongoing dispute over pay.
Children with additional needs are being prevented from moving to specialist schools by councils because of the cost, MSPs have been told.
Nine in 10 schoolchildren often use the word stress, new data suggests.
Labour activists are set to vote against the use of national assessments for primary one pupils when the party holds its Scottish conference later this week.
Music education must evolve to fit the needs of the 21st century or risk failing generations of young talent, a new report has warned.
A teacher in Texas is gathering quite an audience for her bedtime reading sessions which she films on Facebook Live.
The Scottish Government has just one week to improve its pay offer to teachers or union members will vote on strike action, the EIS has warned.
Ministers have been warned that a £1 billion funding deal for Scotland’s universities could have “damaging consequences” for the sector.
Schools are warning parents an online suicide game may be making its way into children’s YouTube videos such as Peppa Pig.