Teacher vacancies in Moray have almost halved during the last year with a “positive message” about the region praised for making the difference.
Education bosses in Moray have again suggested bussing school pupils out of classrooms hit by the region’s ongoing teacher recruitment crisis.
A Moray teacher will be back at work next month after being forced to leave the country due to a visa wrangle.
Teachers could be recruited from Australia in an attempt to solve Moray’s deepening recruitment crisis.
An American teacher who is “desperate” to help fill classroom vacancies in Moray says she has been blocked from getting a job in the region because the council will not back her application for a visa.
Talks have been held in a desperate attempt to end a recruitment crisis blighting Moray Council and the NHS.
Boom and bust teacher recruitment has left Scotland with thousands of vacancies, according to Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson.
Education Secretary John Swinney has unveiled plans for a £1 million drive to recruit more than 200 new teachers.
Council boss Jenny Laing has warned "golden hellos" to tempt teachers to the north-east could be axed.