Microchips will be placed in packets of exam papers this summer as part of efforts to stop tests being leaked online, an exam board has said.
Prosecutors are considering criminal charges after A-level maths papers were leaked online, an exam board has said.
The Scottish Government must provide greater clarity over the purpose of standardised assessments in schools, MSPs have indicated.
The number of pupils with additional support needs (ASN) has soared in the past six years, while funding and the amount of specialist teachers have fallen, new analysis indicates.
Funding for pupils in Scotland has fallen by hundreds of pounds since 2010, according to Scottish Labour.
Young children are spending the Easter holidays in Sats revision classes at hundreds of primary schools, a union has said.
National assessments for primary pupils will be reformed following feedback from teachers, Education Secretary John Swinney has said.
The number of full-time staff working at colleges in Scotland fell by 13.5% in just over a decade, according to analysis by Scottish Labour.
Jeremy Corbyn has announced plans to abolish primary school Sats.
An allowance given to young people from poorer homes to help them stay in education has fallen by £1.6 million in a year, new figures indicate.
Ministers should set a date for bringing in a minimum student income of more than £8,000 a year which could double support for some of the poorest students, Labour has said.