A headteacher has defended enforcing her school's uniform policy by sending home "teenage girls who flash large amounts of thigh".
There have been close to 400 attacks on teachers in Tayside and Fife in the academic year to date.
Dundee City Council’s education convener has admitted new Scottish Government statistics on classroom performance paint a “worrying” picture for some parents.
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.
Thousands more school meals are being dished up to pupils in Dundee.
Education Secretary John Swinney has unveiled plans for a £1 million drive to recruit more than 200 new teachers.
Exclusions at a Dundee secondary school have been slashed, the city council has revealed.
Specialist staff are being drafted in and new projects put in place to improve attainment in Dundee’s schools.
Primary school pupils across Dundee are smiles better, according to a new report which shows dental health in the city has vastly improved.
A Dundee teaching union boss has called for schools to scrap their “one size fits all” approach to homework.
A call was made today for more primary children to take advantage of school meals to help tackle obesity.
Fears have been raised that not every child in Dundee will benefit from a share of £100 million that will be given to Scottish education.
Dundee schools are set to benefit from a share of a £100 million pot generated by an increase in council tax across Scotland, it has been confirmed.
THE next phase of a major redevelopment of part of the Hilltown area is set to take a major step forward — with the approval of a new school and community centre.
Teething problems at Dundee’s new flagship high school are being dealt with.
A PUPIL has been excluded from school following an incident involving a knife.
Two North-East Fife communities have spruced up their local area — to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Tay Road Bridge.
A GROUP of Dundee kids have closed the book on their summer — and started school early.
THE city council today insisted it was going to great lengths to ensure residents’ fears of traffic “chaos” at the new Harris Academy are allayed.
There has been a rise in the number of times drugs have been seized from children in Dundee schools, new figures have revealed.