The proportion of male teachers in secondary schools in England has fallen steeply over the last decade – and now just over a third of the workforce are men, a report has found.
School staff across the north-east are receiving professional training in a bid to close the attainment gap between the best and worst-off pupils.
Education Secretary John Swinney has accused a North East MSP of “reckless” language for saying Aberdeen pupils and teachers are at risk from the coronavirus.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross plans to spend £550 million on 3,000 more teachers for Scotland if his party gains power at the next Holyrood election.
A researcher from Aberdeen University has been awarded funding to investigate the impact of remote learning on new teachers.
Staff and pupils in secondary schools across Scotland are expected to be required to wear face coverings when moving between classrooms.
New guidance has been given to teachers to help them spot signs of domestic abuse as children return to Scotland’s classrooms after lockdown.
Less than half of teachers believe their school has done enough to prevent cyber security problems, according to a survey.
‘I want to make sure we take decisions that are safe’: Nicola Sturgeon eyes backing of teachers, parents and pupils on reopening schools
Nicola Sturgeon is confident she can chalk up the support of parents, teaching unions and local authorities before schools in Scotland fully reopen in August.
Leading academics have called for a radical shake-up of Scotland's education system to avoid a "catastrophic" legacy for young learners post-lockdown.
North-east primary school staff have taken inspiration from a craze sweeping social media in a humorous effort to cheer up pupils during lockdown.
New statistics have shown that more than 100 additional teachers have been added to classrooms in the region since 2013.
Nearly 30% of teachers in Aberdeen have been assaulted by pupils in the last year, new figures have revealed.
Aberdeen City Council offices could be used to house teachers in the event of shortages caused by Brexit, new documents have revealed.
Dozens of newly-qualified teachers are set to take up new roles at schools across the north-east next week.
School heads in England have reported the highest level of cyber bullying among students in an international survey of more than a quarter of a million teachers.
Concerns have been raised over the impact of Brexit after new figures revealed more than 100 teachers in the city are non-UK EU nationals.
The number of teachers in the north-east has dropped by more than 400 since 2007 – according to a new report.
Teachers have been congratulated after high attendance rates were recorded at a local authority.
Performance targets, curriculum changes, and heavy workload is harming the mental health of teachers in England and Wales, a study suggests.
Around 20 schools in the north-east could be over capacity in the next five years according to a local authority.
Aberdeen council leaders have chosen not to send out letters to teachers across the city over an ongoing pay wrangle.
More than 120 teaching posts have still to be filled across the north-east, new figures reveal.
A north-east council is set to hold a recruitment evening for teachers.
A north-east council's revamped teacher recruitment process has led to more people opting to work in the area.
A "rethink" has been called for in a local authority’s approach to advertising classroom vacancies.
New figures have revealed there are still 150 vacancies across schools in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
Teachers could be recruited from Australia in an attempt to solve a local authority’s ongoing recruitment crisis.
An Aberdeen cinema is set to present a training session for teachers as part of a national film festival.
A local authority has been accused of “failing” children after it emerged teachers dedicated to pupils with specialist needs have been used to cover staff shortages more than 300 times this year.