A north-east school which has been shut for almost six months because it had no head teacher could soon be opened again.
An Aberdeenshire native is to return home to take the reins of the region’s education department.
Temporary measures have been announced to plug the gap while Moray Council’s director of education and social care is on secondment.
Moray Council could be left without a director of education and social care for up to two years.
A special council meeting has been organised to debate the future of a secondary school project in Moray which has spiralling costs.
Education chiefs from two north-east councils are to be quizzed by MSPs in Peterhead next week.
A Moray teacher will be back at work next month after being forced to leave the country due to a visa wrangle.
A Buckie community centre will get a £600,000 refurbishment to boost childcare services in the region.
A three-month consultation has been commissioned following a review that classed four Moray primary schools as “unsustainable”.
Teachers could be recruited from Australia in an attempt to solve Moray’s deepening recruitment crisis.
Council bosses responsible for building Moray’s next secondary school have insisted there is “no threat” to the project’s swimming pool.
Moray Council has been accused of “failing” children after it emerged teachers dedicated to pupils with specialist needs have been pulled to cover staff shortages more than 300 times since the beginning of the year.
A primary school was locked down yesterday following reports of a gunman in the area.
Senior councillors have insisted a review that classed four Moray primary schools as “unsustainable” has nothing to do with possible closures.
Changing the secondary school timetable in Moray could cost families hundreds of pounds extra a week for childcare, it has been revealed.
The first group of Moray teachers who trained through a distance learning scheme will start in the area’s classrooms this month.
A Moray teenager has been inspired by the work of his grandmothers to pursue a career in medicine.
A new initiative has been launched to ease a classroom crisis - part-time courses for would-be teachers.
Extra funding, designed to break down barriers for children in poverty, could be harming efforts to recruit teaching staff in Moray.
Moray's schools have been described as a "time bomb" with many at risk of closure due to health and safety fears.
Moray Council's education boss believes the staffing crisis in the region is to blame for pupils falling behind the rest of the country.
Over-staffing in schools is "sound employee management", according to Moray Council's director of education.
Moray Council chiefs have unveiled a radical idea to build a single "super school" for all 12,000 primary and secondary pupils in the region.
Moray Council has agreed to launch a crackdown on bullying after learning that hundreds of pupils have been victimised.
Moray Council has agreed new plans which could mean one head teacher overseeing as many as three or four separate schools.
Final preparations are being made for the arrival of a group of Middle Eastern refugees in Moray.
Moray Council has been warned that plans to remove children with learning difficulties from mainstream classrooms could "set the education system back years".
Children with learning difficulties could be segregated into specialised schools as Moray Council struggles against a tight education budget.
Class sizes at Moray schools are to be increased - despite fears the move could hamper pupils' progress and stifle teacher recruitment.
Councilors have called for urgent action to tackle the teaching crisis in Moray amid fears children's education will suffer.
Moray Council's education chief is ready to go back to the classroom to make sure a staffing crisis does not close any of the region's secondary schools.
A former Moray head teacher has been appointed as corporate director of education and social care with Moray Council.