Children’s job aspirations have changed little in 20 years, according to an international report.
An Invergowrie councillor has seven minutes to try and persuade Dundee City Council to change their policy on excluding secondary pupils from the village going to Harris Academy
Period products will be available to all schools and colleges in England from next week, the government has said.
A controversial move to strip religious leaders from voting on the future of Dundee's education system could be brought back to the table after it was booted out last night.
Virtual tours of the UK’s forests have been launched to teach children about the work and jobs of the forestry industry.
A headteacher has urged others to follow her school’s example and go paperless.
Politicians have been urged to seize the “glimmer of hope” offered to end the crisis engulfing education in Northern Ireland.
Learning a foreign language should be compulsory for GCSE students, according to a report that warns the UK is falling behind its European neighbours in language ability.
Classrooms in deprived areas are becoming a “dumping ground” for problem children, with hundreds of thousands of pupils in England spending their entire school careers in some of the worst-rated learning environments, an Ofsted inspection suggests.
Jaded millennials looking for a career change are being targeted to boost the teaching workforce.
A self-professed researcher of women's rights has rubbished claims by Dundee City Council that it has had no complaints about the introduction of mixed-gender toilets in its new-build schools.
Almost one in 10 children miss lessons without the school’s permission to go on holiday, figures show.
Thieves have made off with more than £700 worth of goods from Dundee schools this year.
Pest control officers were called out to NHS Tayside hospitals more than 900 times over the past two years the Tele can reveal.
Cash-strapped council bosses were forced to shell out £76,000 to repair vandalism this past year.
An education worker spoke about the history of the Verdant Works and life in Victorian days at SS Peter and Paul Primary School.
With December 25 drawing ever closer the Tele has rounded up the opening hours and availability of local services over the festive period.
Parents were left furious after an Angus school inadvertently revealed pupil's personal details at an assembly held yesterday.
Kids who live in Dundee's more deprived areas are up to three times more likely to be overweight than those in more affluent parts, according to new NHS data.
The number of children attending council-run breakfast clubs has fallen by as much as 80% at schools in poorer areas of Dundee, a councillor has claimed.