Teacher shortages have been blamed for some north-east pupils having to make taxi trips of up to 40 miles to receive lessons in core subjects.
New teachers are to be offered extra cash incentives to encourage them to stay in the classroom.
A chronic shortage of specialist teachers is preventing some north-east youngsters from taking the Stem subjects they are passionate about.
Starting salaries for teachers could rise by up to £6,000 under Government plans to reform teacher pay.
The bank of primary school teachers in the isles appears to be running dry after Shetland Islands Council failed for the “first time in a long time” to recruit to a temporary classroom job.
Highland Council is beginning a “phased approach” to targeting cuts in its education budget.
A teacher has been accused of sending inappropriate messages of a sexual nature to a pupil with additional support needs at a city school.
Teacher numbers for maths and English have slumped by almost 1,000 during the last decade.
Nearly two thirds of new teachers employed in north and north-east schools under a Scottish Government scheme to close the attainment gap are on temporary contracts.
Exhausted and overworked teachers are struggling more and more with stress, a survey has revealed.
Shocking new figures reveal teacher support staff in schools across Aberdeen are crumbling under the pressure of growing work-loads.
We are all aware of the shortage of teachers across the north of Scotland and the range of ways local authorities have tried to support teachers to come and teach in our rural schools.
A Scottish Government scheme set up to help oil workers who lost their jobs in the downturn retrain as teachers has recruited just nine people since it launched.
A crack team of education experts has been assembled to find teachers willing to “rise to the challenge” of leading the nation's schools.
Teachers in Aberdeen have taken more than 700 days off due to stress in the space of a year.
North and north-east teachers are being attacked on a daily basis with weapons including BB guns, saws and classroom furniture.
Newly qualified teachers are ready to take up new roles in the classroom at schools across Aberdeenshire next week.
Schools in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire will start the year with 140 unfilled teacher vacancies.
Pupil support assistants feel undervalued and are being “abused at work on a regular basis” in the city, it has been claimed.
At least eight people have applied to become a teacher for ten children on a remote Hebridean island after a Facebook campaign was launched by parents.
Education Secretary John Swinney is under growing pressure to ensure all school staff receive the same level of pay rise as teachers.
More than 20 newly trained teachers have been hired to ease classroom shortages across Moray next term, following a shake-up of the recruitment process.
Just one teacher has been dismissed for incompetence in the last 20 years across all of the north and north-east, it has emerged.
Highland Council chiefs have scrapped controversial plans to axe up to 40 secondary teachers in a bid to plug a multi-million pound budget gap.
The GMB Union welcomed news that the Highland Council had vetoed proposals to axe 300 specialist teaching roles in schools.
Potential savings outlined in draft Highland Council papers suggest axing up to 300 education jobs – including 40 teachers and 30 additional needs staff – in a bid to plug a £25.8million budget gap.
Moray Council’s advertising spend on teacher vacancies has plummeted - despite the ongoing recruitment crisis.
Nearly 900 teaching jobs in the north of Scotland have had to be re-advertised since 2014.
Nearly 1,400 pupils - some as young as five - have been excluded from schools across Aberdeenshire for assaulting other children and staff in just five years - with more than 100 weapons involved.
Councils across northern Scotland have spent more than £50million on supply teachers over the past three years.
An army of more than 250 teachers have left the profession in Aberdeen in the last year - as bullying and grievance complaints hit a three-year high.
A remote primary school in the Highlands is to shut in the new year because of a staffing crisis – placing a question mark over its long-term future, according to one councillor.