The rate of young people working, studying or training nine months after leaving school has hit its highest recorded level.
The number of teachers under the age of 45 working in Scottish schools has increased by 26% in the last decade, according to official figures.
The number of schools where pupils are taking an average of six subjects or fewer in S4 has increased by more than 250% since education reforms in the Curriculum for Excellence were introduced, the Tories have claimed.
Staff at Scotland’s exam body are to strike on three dates, including exam results day, in a dispute over the organisation’s restructuring.
An independent review into health and safety concerns at a school where four current and former teachers were diagnosed with cancer has been announced by the Scottish Government.
Holyrood most senior official, chief executive Sir Paul Grice, is to leave the Scottish Parliament after 20 years in the job.
The Education Secretary has announced that controversial tests of children in P1 will continue after a review found “scant evidence” of youngsters becoming upset during the assessment process.
Scotland’s Education Secretary should announce that the primary one tests will be scrapped when he updates parliament on the controversial practice, the Scottish Greens have said.
College lecturers have “overwhelmingly” accepted a new pay offer.
Jeremy Corbyn has said Labour’s newest MP Lisa Forbes is “not a racist in any way” following calls for her to be suspended.
Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie has accused the Education Secretary of being like Donald Trump by being “in denial” over P1 assessments.