Teachers across Scotland have overwhelmingly accepted a 13% pay proposal with their campaign heralded a significant success.
Lecturers have passed a no confidence vote on the umbrella body for the college sector in Scotland.
Scotland’s largest teaching union has suspended plans to ballot members over strike action after a revised pay offer was put forward.
The Scottish Government has just one week to improve its pay offer to teachers or union members will vote on strike action, the EIS has warned.
Teachers across the city have condemned what they call a 3% cut to their budgets.
Scotland’s largest teaching union has announced the date of potential strike action.
College lecturers across Scotland have taken to the picket lines for a second day amid a pay dispute.
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.
Striking college lecturers have pleaded with management to “get round the table” to bring an end to their pay dispute.
People looking to study at Dundee & Angus College will have to cross picket lines if they want to attend an open day.
Teachers are choosing to move into new careers due to the levels of stress they are facing in Dundee’s schools, it has been claimed.
A 12-year-old schoolboy has been charged following an alleged assault on a teacher at a Dundee school.
The Scottish Government has been urged to step in and prevent the loss of about 40 teachers in Fife as schools face budget cuts.
A local teachers’ union rep has warned of a “recruitment and retention crisis” in schools if a pay deal isn’t brokered with local authorities.
Bosses of the largest teachers’ union in Scotland warned today there could be strike action in Dundee amid a row over class sizes.
Stress caused by excessive workloads has been blamed for a near-25% rise in teacher absences in Dundee.
Teachers' at a Dundee secondary school today claimed they’d “had enough” of abuse from pupils — and are taking action to fight back.
Attacks on teachers in Dundee’s schools are on the rise, the Tele can reveal.
Nurseries in deprived areas of Dundee are set to benefit from an additional 21 teachers and graduates through funding from the Scottish Government.