New funding is allowing innovative work to raise attainment in Scotland’s schools, the First Minister has said.
Theresa May will announce a sweeping review of post-18 education as she admits to serious concerns about a system that leaves the poorest students in England with the highest debt.
Wronged adults have been sharing standout moments from their school days, when a teacher’s actions made them so mad they still think about it years later.
A council is planning to offer free school meals 365 days a year to children from low income households to help tackle “holiday hunger”.
A science teacher “persistently and deliberately” filmed dozens of adult and underage females going to the toilet in schools, a court has heard.
Hundreds of school leaders say they have had difficulties commissioning mental health services for pupils, according to a survey published by children’s charity Place2Be.
One in four students enrolled on engineering, computer science and maths higher education courses in 2016/17 were women, new figures show.
More than £450,000 is to be invested in college and university sports clubs to promote fitness and reduce the chances of students dropping out of courses.
Concerns around ministers’ plans to overhaul governance in schools have been highlighted by a Holyrood committee.
Primary pupils with additional needs are “wearing coats and hats” to stay warm during lessons at a “neglected” Highland school, parents have claimed.
Labour has warned more than one million children could be left without hot food after ministers announced major changes to eligibility for free school meals.
Cuts to school funding have led to a fall of 15,000 secondary school staff in England at a time of rising pupil numbers, unions have warned.
Children should sit exams earlier on in their school career to help them cope with exam pressures, the School Standards Minister has said.
A Scottish-based charity has provided half-a-million backpacks to help impoverished children in Malawi.
Fewer than one in 10 schools have set up committees to look at how extra cash from Pupil Equity Funding is spent, a new survey has revealed.
A rise in the number of students applying to do degrees in Scotland has been hailed as a sign of the the “global reputation” of its universities.
University application rates from 18-year-olds from the poorest parts of Scotland have dropped for the first time in a decade, a new report has revealed.
The higher education system in England needs to end its obsession with academic degrees and concentrate more on technical training, a senior Conservative MP is warning.
A lack of specialist support for blind and partially sighted school children has lead to a new “attainment gap” opening up, charity campaigners claimed.
European students who travel to Scotland to study can still benefit from free tuition after the UK’s formal Brexit date.
Scotland’s governing body for teaching has said plans to disband it as part of sweeping education reforms risk doing “irreparable harm to the status and identity of teachers”.
Schools across England face a growing sense of crisis because the Government has not dealt with a rise in the number of teachers quitting, MPs have said.
Trade unions have criticised proposals to give headteachers more power, describing them as “flawed” and not supported by the majority of staff.
The number of college students in Scotland has risen by more than 3% in the past year but is down 38% on 2007/2008, new figures show.
Almost 2,400 schools across Scotland will share more than £120 million as part of government efforts to close the attainment gap.
Scotland’s universities are to be hit by unprecedented strike action unless a dispute over pensions is settled, union leaders said.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has announced funding for innovative agricultural research in Edinburgh.
Laurencekirk-based co-operative Ringlink yesterday secured £39,000 of government funding to expand its farm apprentice programme and create a training template which can be rolled out across Scotland.
Teaching chiefs are demanding a 10% pay rise in 2018 as the “first step” to restoring wages to an “acceptable level”.
At least a third of state secondary schools in some of England’s towns and cities are under-performing, an analysis of official data shows.
Toby Young was asked in his interview for the universities regulator whether there was anything in his past that could be embarrassing if he was appointed to a role on its board, the watchdog’s boss has said.
More than a quarter of a million children are being taught at under-performing secondary schools, official figures show.