The number of teachers under the age of 45 working in Scottish schools has increased by 26% in the last decade, according to official figures.
Posters warning pupils not to physically or verbally attack teachers have been produced by a union amid fears for staff welfare.
Almost three out of five full-time teachers say they are working the equivalent of an extra day or more each week.
Calls for teachers to cut the time they spend in the classroom to 20 hours a week or less are to be debated this week.
A culture change is needed at schools over how teachers are able to progress their careers, according to a union.
The number of teachers suffering with their mental health is “extremely worrying”, the Education Secretary has said.
A union chief is to call on teachers to take “take back the profession from the bureaucrats and bean counters”.
Almost two-thirds (64%) of teachers in Scotland say their mental health has suffered because of their work in the last year.
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.
An MSP has told teachers she “wouldn’t do your job for all the money in the world” at an event discussing violence in the classroom.
Children as young as 11 are taking photos up teachers’ skirts, a union has claimed.
More than two-thirds of teachers responding to a union survey have said they believe poor pupil behaviour is a widespread problem at their school.
A British couple killed in a buggy accident on the Greek island of Santorini have been named as teachers Milly and Toby Savill.
The number of music teachers working in Scottish primary schools has dropped by more than 40% over the last seven years, official figures have revealed.
Teachers across Scotland have overwhelmingly accepted a 13% pay proposal with their campaign heralded a significant success.
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.