A new report has revealed literacy and numeracy levels among pupils in Dundee high schools are slipping.
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.
This week the Tele is launching a new initiative to inspire budding newshounds in the city to get involved with their local paper.
A report says 13 extra classrooms would be needed in Dundee to meet the demand of pupils joining local secondary schools by 2020/2021.
Schools across Tayside and Fife could face a mass exodus on Friday when the next climate change protest is due.
The lack of music provision in state schools risks depriving the industry of future talents such as Adele and Stormzy, the Brit Awards boss has said.
Dundee City Council has defended its plans to introduce frozen meals into schools.
Police Scotland has invested more than £1,000 on “pop-up bairns” in a bid to deter dangerous parking at schools in Tayside.
A fifth of all Dundee schools are either close to capacity, full or over-capacity, new figures have revealed.
Parents of pupils at a fire-hit school have given their support to the city council for its efforts to get pupils back into learning as soon as possible.
The number of children eating school dinners has risen across Tayside – despite a new payment system causing problems in Angus.
Youth mentoring charity Breakthrough Dundee is celebrating its first year of supporting young people by rolling out at four new secondary schools.
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Over half of parents believe that smartphones should be banned inside school, according to a survey.
Dundee’s education convener was “absolutely right” to resign following a number of rants on social media, Labour’s schools representative has said.
Next week, hundreds of Dundee children are set to embark on a whole new adventure as they start nursery and primary school.
Thousands of Dundee schoolchildren are hoping for good news today when Scottish exam results are released.
Dundee City Council has spent almost £10,000 in the past four years removing gulls, mice, ants, slugs and other pests from schools.
Exam boards have set up dedicated teams to monitor social media as part of moves to clamp down on cheating.
The city council’s education convener has hit back over claims that staff shortages are affecting pupils.