A union embroiled in the dispute over fears that further education jobs are being replaced with lower paid posts has criticised the college employers’ group for “rejecting its own proposals”.
Strike action involving college lecturers over fears further education jobs are being replaced with lower paid posts has been suspended.
A teaching union has called for an “education-led recovery” from the coronavirus pandemic.
College lecturers in Scotland have voted in favour of strike action over fears further education jobs are being replaced with lower paid posts.
Almost half of supply teachers have reported a lack of employment opportunities across Scotland amid the pandemic, according to a survey.
Families flouting quarantine rules to send children back to school after visiting high-risk countries
Education bosses have been warned some families may be flouting quarantine rules by sending their children back to school immediately after visiting countries at high risk from coronavirus.
‘No distancing needed’ when children return to schools next month, despite ‘less clear’ evidence for older pupils
Children should not have to physically distance when schools return next month despite “less clear” evidence about the safety of older pupils, the Scottish Government’s scientific advisers have said.