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).
Schools need to exchange Mozart for Stormzy as part of an “urgent transformation” of the music curriculum which sees grime and hip-hop make their way into classrooms, a report suggests.
More than 30 schools in rural areas have been identified as among the first to receive full fibre broadband.
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.
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.
School break times are shorter than two decades ago, meaning children are missing out on opportunities to make friends, socialise and exercise, research suggests.
A new report has revealed literacy and numeracy levels among pupils in Dundee high schools are slipping.
There is a lack of understanding in Scottish schools about how learning a language can help pupils improve their literacy, MSPs have been told.
Most teachers say subject choices for pupils in S4 have been narrowed – with staffing levels given as the most frequent reason.
Education Secretary John Swinney has urged all local authorities across Scotland to provide free music tuition for pupils.
The talents of budding journalists from schools across Dundee are set to be showcased in your Tele in the latest edition of our special magazine.
A generation of pupils are at risk of having their education compromised because the number of subjects they can study is reducing, academics have warned.
This week the Tele is launching a new initiative to inspire budding newshounds in the city to get involved with their local paper.
The Scottish Government must provide greater clarity over the purpose of standardised assessments in schools, MSPs have indicated.
State schools in Scotland are cutting the number of exams pupils are allowed to sit, creating a “real danger” of an attainment gap with private schools, a study showed.
A lack of music education in schools is widening the knowledge gap between advantaged and disadvantaged students, an expert has said.
A report says 13 extra classrooms would be needed in Dundee to meet the demand of pupils joining local secondary schools by 2020/2021.
New figures show the largest education sector in Northern Ireland is open to all, a support council chief has claimed.
MSPs have written to John Swinney calling for action to be taken to address concerns around additional support needs (ASN) in schools.