Emeli Sande will hand academic honours to her own parents after being named chancellor at the University of Sunderland.
The Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) should be judged by the “outcome of the senior phase” rather than on concerns about subject choice in S4, according to the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA).
The number of teachers suffering with their mental health is “extremely worrying”, the Education Secretary has said.
Protesters demonstrating against the teaching of LGBT equality at a primary school have vowed to continue action despite calls for a halt from a chief constable.
A police chief has said lawful or unlawful protests have “no place” outside primary schools after recent clashes over the teaching of LGBT lessons.
A decades-old tradition of Fife school children enjoying a half day at the end of term is to be ended, it has emerged.
More than 30 schools in rural areas have been identified as among the first to receive full fibre broadband.
A union chief is to call on teachers to take “take back the profession from the bureaucrats and bean counters”.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed Tory claims that parents are being “left in the dark” on how schools are performing in key areas such as numeracy.
A review of support plans for pupils with additional needs has been announced.
A Labour councillor has accused Dundee City Council of “asset stripping a generation’s future” in an impassioned speech against education cuts.
Paddy Kielty has called for an end to segregation of education along religious lines in Northern Ireland.
The Scottish Government has been accused of making “laughable” progress towards achieving its target of expanding nursery care.
Controversial national assessments on P1 pupils have been carried out more than 11,500 times since MSPs voted to scrap them.
The education of young people with additional support needs (ASN) is the focus of a teachers’ conference taking place in the capital.
College lecturers are to go ahead with two days of strike action next week after talks broke down.
Almost two-thirds (64%) of teachers in Scotland say their mental health has suffered because of their work in the last year.
Schools across Dundee are set for a facelift this summer if councillors back more than £400,000 of investment.
The Duke of Edinburgh has given his name to a foundation that aims to attract pupils from the “widest possible variety of backgrounds” to his old school.
Politicians from all parties must “up their game” to help support young people who do not attend university, Ruth Davidson has said.