Schools will be given updated guidance on teaching pupils about relationships and consent in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
Nationalised data from controversial tests for primary one pupils could be “invalidated” by the way they are carried out, an academic has warned.
Funding for music tuition in schools should be re-examined following the controversial introduction of fees by most councils across Scotland, MSPs have said.
An Aberdeen school is to welcome up to 25 volunteers through its doors as part of a new initiative to raise the aspirations of pupils.
An MSP has welcomed funding aimed at tackling the attainment gap across the region.
Pupils have been sent home for the day after a suspected chemical odour was noticed at their school.
Many autistic children across Aberdeen are missing “significant and concerning” amounts of school, a group supporting kids with additional support needs has claimed.
A teenage girl has been arrested after an alleged knife attack on a boy at school.
A new pay offer to teachers threatening strike action will be financed by the Scottish Government and not the education budget, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The school is currently facing over-capacity issues, with proposals in place to build a replacement building at the former Riverbank School in Tillydrone.
A north-east primary school will reopen tomorrow after fixing its heating system.
More than 15% of students entering university in Scotland last year were from the country’s most deprived areas, new figures show.
Performance targets, curriculum changes, and heavy workload is harming the mental health of teachers in England and Wales, a study suggests.
The Duchess of Cornwall has congratulated the new principal and vice-chancellor of one of Scotland’s oldest universities as he was formally installed in the post.
Education Secretary John Swinney has defended the pay offer to college lecturers as they went on strike to demand a cost-of-living increase.
Education chiefs have praised a north-east health board for the standard of training it provides.
Social media giant Facebook has backed the Government’s new online safety lessons to help school pupils recognise online dangers.
An animal welfare charity has launched its first film competition for north-east pupils.
One of Scotland’s largest teaching unions has given its approval to open a statutory strike ballot over pay.
No road safety incidents or near misses have been reported involving pupils travelling to Aberdeen's new academy, a new report has found.
The executive committee of Scotland’s largest teaching union has announced it is to recommend a move towards balloting members on industrial action over pay.
The Irish Government has confirmed it will continue supporting students applying to universities in the United Kingdom as well as Northern Ireland pupils wishing to study in the Republic after Brexit.
A union is holding a special meeting which could decide to ballot teachers for strike action over pay.
The school week could be shortened for thousands of secondary school pupils and two primary schools closed by a struggling council trying to save money.
School support for a severely autistic child was slashed due to council funding cuts, Nicola Sturgeon has been told.
Education Secretary John Swinney has been accused of a “substantial and perverse misrepresentation” of an expert’s work after claiming he supports controversial tests for primary one pupils.
Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams is to visit St Andrews University next month.
A teachers’ union official has called for a major review of the education system in Northern Ireland.
An education professor has told MSPs some Scottish schools are using assessments in ways which are “not ethical”, such as the use of nursery data to stream primary one pupils.
The Education Secretary should apologise for “fabricating fictional support” for a controversial national testing scheme of primary one pupils, the Liberal Democrats have said.