The number of head teachers working in more than one school in Scotland increased by around 64% within seven years, according to new figures.
Teachers in Scotland will be recommended to reject the latest pay offer from Cosla, the country’s largest teaching union has indicated.
A majority of teachers surveyed by Scotland’s largest teaching union say they feel stressed “frequently” or “all of the time”.
Teachers have described physical and verbal assaults, overwhelming workloads and a lack of staff in schools in letters sent to the Scottish Government.
One of Scotland’s largest teaching unions has given its approval to open a statutory strike ballot over pay.
SCOTLAND'S schools are losing a generation of experienced teachers as more middle-aged staff quit than younger colleagues, it has been claimed.
Figures showing teaching posts have been advertised up to 14 times should be a “wake-up call” for Scottish ministers, according to the Liberal Democrats.
FEWER than three out of five youngsters leaving primary school in Scotland’s most deprived areas achieve the expected standards in literacy.
Seven out of 10 teachers feel they lack the training to help pupils with mental health problems – while just over half say the pressures of the job have contributed to them suffering from conditions such as depression and anxiety.
Campaigners say cost of buying presents for teachers is unfair on parents about to splurge £3 MILLION this year
MORE than £3 million of gifts will be given to teachers by pupils and their grateful parents this Christmas, according to a classroom survey.
UP to 30,000 teachers marched through Glasgow yesterday calling for an increase in pay.