Election officials have accused the Education Secretary of a “complete lack of knowledge and understanding” after he called for disruption to schools caused by polling day to be kept to a minimum.
Education must not be used as a “political football” in the General Election campaign, school leaders have warned.
Around one in 12 primary school teachers says the General Election is set to disrupt nativity plays and Christmas concerts, a poll suggests.
Teenagers who are given unconditional university offers are more likely to drop out, new figures show.
Young children are being caught with weapons at school but are immune from being taken to court because of their age, an investigation has found.
Complicated school admission rules are leaving parents confused and at risk of making unrealistic applications, it has been suggested.
Deaf children in Scotland face a growing education crisis, according to a new report which says nearly a third of specialist teachers have been cut in the last eight years.
Scotland’s largest teaching union is urging local authorities not to punish pupils who take part in youth climate strikes on Friday.
Pupils are learning how to hone their negotiating skills at an event prompted by the “poor example” set by those involved in the Brexit process.
Exam pass rates have fallen at every level except National 5, according to this year’s Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) results.
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.