Tests have shown water at a school where several current and former teachers have been diagnosed with cancer is safe to drink, the Education Secretary has insisted.
An independent review into health and safety concerns at a school where four current and former teachers were diagnosed with cancer has been announced by the Scottish Government.
The dualling of the A9 and A69 will go ahead despite the climate emergency as the roads have “very serious and alarming safety records”, the Deputy First Minister has said.
Labour has demanded the Scottish Government “think about its moral responsibility” and take action to tackle poverty.
Ruth Davidson and John Swinney have joined forces to back calls for a change to the charity lottery fundraising limit.
The attainment gap between children from poor and affluent families is getting smaller at schools where there is specialist funding, head teachers have said.
The Education Secretary has said he does not believe subject choice has narrowed in schools.
Enshrining the United Nations’ rights for children in law will “help make Scotland the best place in the world to grow up”, the Scottish Government has said.
The number of teachers suffering with their mental health is “extremely worrying”, the Education Secretary has said.
A new £4.5 million life sciences facility has been officially opened in the Highlands by John Swinney.
Scotland’s Deputy First Minister has said the SNP is the party “that does the impossible”.
Education chiefs in Dundee are being urged to consider withdrawing from a scheme of standardised tests being imposed on P1 pupils.
Dundee’s newest secondary school has been officially opened by Deputy First Minister, John Swinney.
Dundee City Council has been slapped down by the education secretary after suggesting money aimed at closing the attainment gap could be used to fund swimming lessons.
Dundee’s headteachers are to be given nearly £5 million to spend on their pupils, it has been announced.
A review of school food and drink nutrition is under way amid concerns over the amount of produce bought cheaply around the world by Scottish councils.
Children in some of Dundee’s most deprived areas will benefit most from a share of a £100 million pot of money earmarked for Scottish schools.
Education Secretary John Swinney has said Scotland's worsening performance in international education rankings is "unacceptable".
DUNDEE City Council’s education convener has said staff shortages will be a key issue for discussion when he meets with John Swinney over changes to schooling.