Nicola Sturgeon has said she hopes teachers will accept their new pay offer.
Teachers are to begin voting on whether to accept their latest pay offer, with Scotland’s largest teaching union recommending the deal is rejected.
The Scottish Government has agreed to review its policy presumption to place pupils with additional support needs (ASN) in mainstream schools.
An international expert who advises the Scottish Government on education took the controversial test for primary one pupils, and he told MSPs: “I didn’t find all the questions easy.”
A policy presumption to place pupils with additional support needs in mainstream schools should be reformed, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
There has been a rise in the number of students from Scotland’s most deprived areas completing college courses, according to official statistics.
Pupils and staff at a primary school in West Dunbartonshire are to be given a vaccine against Hepatitis A after one child contracted it.
Coded religious documents have been read for the first time in centuries after a divinity student cracked the code.
A commission to tackle gender inequality in education should be set up to drive improvements in the Scottish education system, experts have recommended.
A majority of teachers surveyed by Scotland’s largest teaching union say they feel stressed “frequently” or “all of the time”.
An education expert from Scotland is taking up a new role as a senior education specialist for the World Bank.