Pupils will now only be authorised to miss school to go on climate strikes once a year after a decision by Edinburgh City Council.
The Scottish Greens are calling for councillors to “see sense” ahead of discussing proposals to restrict the number of climate change protests school pupils take part in.
Girls have outperformed boys and achieved more top grades at A-level, national figures show.
Pupils have hit out at proposals to limit climate change protests to just one day a year.
Giving students university places based on predicted grades is “deeply unfair”, with some of the most “disadvantaged” students missing out on higher education, Labour says.
Deaf children are struggling at every stage of their education with 44% of deaf pupils achieving two A-levels compared to 63% of hearing pupils, a charity said.
Exam pass rates have fallen at every level except National 5, according to this year’s Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) results.
Poor teenagers are 18 months behind their wealthier peers in their GCSEs as progress in closing the divide has come to a standstill, according to a report.
An app which aims to reduce injuries and save lives on construction projects has been developed by researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).
Education experts say children are reaping the benefits of boom in early-learning centres held in countryside and parks
If you go down to the woods today, you could be in for a big surprise as more and more nursery children move outside to play and learn.
The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry has announced that it will hold hearings into abuse allegations in boarding schools next year.