Construction of Moray's new secondary school is well underway and progressing ahead of its new schedule, though it is early days for the £42 million project.
Vandals have cost a cash-strapped council more than £67,000 in the last two years - with almost 40% of the bill going to damaged schools.
New teachers in Northern Ireland are the worst paid in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, unions have claimed.
Figures showing teaching posts have been advertised up to 14 times should be a “wake-up call” for Scottish ministers, according to the Liberal Democrats.
Almost 33,000 school staff days were lost in the north and north-east in 2017/18 as teachers struggled with mental health, new figures have revealed.
A former education chief has been honoured for her years of dedication in the classroom.
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has called for visits to National Parks to be built into the primary school curriculum.
Pupils and parents at a Moray primary school have showcased their generosity by handing over 50 bags of donations to their local foodbank.
Three-quarters of teachers frequently have to deal with disruptive behaviour in school and many have considered quitting as a result, a survey has suggested.
The use of restraint and seclusion in schools across Scotland is largely unmonitored by local authorities, an investigation has indicated.
The number of primary school pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths has risen again, official figures show.
Moray's former council leader has urged his fellow councillors to take action as soon as possible to help solve the problem of the region's deteriorating school estate.
Former Elgin pupil goes back to school to tells pupils how ‘meandering path’ led him to YouTube and living the American dream
A former Moray high school pupil, who is now a high-ranking official at one of the world's most prestigious companies, has returned to his roots to give a talk to pupils.
Moray Council has been warned to plough more investment into schools to stop buildings deteriorating.
Parents should not expect schools alone to provide solutions to problems like knife crime and obesity, the Ofsted chief inspector will argue this week.
The firm involved in the closure of 17 schools in Edinburgh over safety concerns has agreed to a proposed settlement exceeding the council’s costs, it has been announced.
More than 1,000 teaching posts across the north and north-east have had to be re-advertised over the past three years because of a failure to fill vacancies first time round.
A north-east charity has secured funding to make sure that every child in Aberdeen will learn how to ride a bike.
Schoolchildren could carry out security drills in preparation for potential terror attacks in their classrooms, under Government plans.
The specialised skills and expertise of Armed Forces veterans are being used to teach Moray schoolchildren how to be their "best selves"
The scale of the north and north-east schools’ staffing crisis has been laid bare by figures revealing around £585,000 was spent on teacher relocation packages in the last year.
Boroughmuir High School in Edinburgh has been named Scottish state secondary school of the year in a new guide.
Investment of £1 billion has been announced by the Scottish Government to help rebuild and refurbish schools in Scotland.
Cleaners fighting cost-cutting plans to axe their hours for a second time have warned the authority is putting the health of children at risk.
The lack of earmarked funding to make schools free from the “scourge” of asbestos is “appalling”, unions have said.
Teachers are the biggest influence on a person’s life behind only parents and friends, new research suggests.
Less than a fifth of food served in schools is from Scotland, according to new figures.
School buildings need to be properly maintained to protect children, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
Asbestos has been found at one of the largest schools in the Highlands – sparking renewed calls for the local authority to “sort out its neglected school estate”.
A primary school principal has urged Northern Ireland’s politicians to “set aside petty squabbles” and “stand up for children”.
Ofsted’s inspections of unregistered schools have uncovered material that says women must not refuse sex to their husbands, and literature calling for the death of gay people.
An award-winning author will tour a series of north-east schools next week to mark the 20th anniversary of a widespread reading campaign.