The education of young people with additional support needs (ASN) is the focus of a teachers’ conference taking place in the capital.
A maths and physics teacher from Kenya has been awarded the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize.
A shake-up of school hours is being considered in a radical move to tackle teacher shortages across north-east.
In one case, the position of technical education teacher has been advertised 14 times with just four applicants.
An Aberdeen school has been praised for its work with youngsters and its “open and creative” culture.
Aberdeen's universities have joined forces to help combat a teacher shortage in the north-east.
The scale of the school staffing crisis in the north-east has been laid bare in figures revealing hundreds of thousands of pounds were spent on teacher relocation packages in the last year.
An initiative has been launched to help would-be teachers overcome a barrier from entering the profession.
A north-east council is set to hold a recruitment evening for teachers.
The phrase might be that “kids say the funniest things” but one young student actually spoke a lot of sense when she excitedly described animal poo as a “facts envelope”.
A north-east council's revamped teacher recruitment process has led to more people opting to work in the area.
A new head teacher is helping turn things around at a north-east school, inspectors have suggested.
Engineers design computer simulator that can help prepare teachers for ‘real-life’ shooter scenarios
A computer-based simulator that can train teachers on how to save lives when an armed attacker bursts through a school door has been developed in the US.
School pupils across the North-east are “falling behind” on a number of educational basics, new Scottish Government data suggests.
A teaching crisis is forcing pupils to drop classes in key subjects, while others are having to travel to different schools to pick up vital grades.
Plans to turn an unused Aberdeen office into a classroom for tutoring students have been accepted.
A former head teacher has called for a local authority to take a more innovative approach to recruitment to address a staff shortage in secondary schools.
Aberdeen University today unveiled plans for a new £35 million building it said would “transform” learning.
A local authority has launched an online distance learning course for would-be primary teachers.
An Aberdeenshire councillor has said there is "no evidence" her political opponents called a halt to the axing of specialist teachers in music, drama and art.
Teachers across the North-east could go on strike at the start of the 2018/19 term if an agreement is not reached on pay.
A deputy head teacher gave Aberdeenshire pupils lewd nicknames during a speech.
Teaching vacancies in Aberdeen have soared to 136, but the local authority says it should be in a "much better position" by August.
A local authority has scheduled a recruitment day in Northern Ireland to try to entice qualified teachers to come to Aberdeen
Bailey Gwynne Report: ‘Crucial we learn from what happened so we can protect both staff and school pupils’
Extra teacher training is needed in the wake of the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne, according to a North-east MSP.
Aberdeen City Council has predicted it will have an underspend of more than £2 million on education staff costs for the next year – because it can’t recruit teachers.
More than 1,400 assaults have been made on North-east teachers in the last three years.
More than £51 million has been spent on supply teachers by Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils in the last five years.
A teaching union with hundreds of members in the North-east is undertaking industrial action.
Education Secretary John Swinney will meet Aberdeen City Council education convener Angela Taylor next month to discuss the city's high number of teacher vacancies.