Scottish Parliament committee to ‘follow the money’ as it looks at effectiveness of EU structural funding
15 February 2018
Holyrood’s Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee has launched an inquiry into European Structural and Investment Funds
Leading tech entrepreneur urges Scottish Government to abandon requirement for teachers to have a degree
29 December 2017
Ian Ritchie, who developed the first commercially available web link browser, called on the...
27 December 2017
Highest ever level of female participation in HEI governing bodies, Universities Scotland...
13 December 2017
The school was praised for supporting learning “seamlessly” with digital technology
13 December 2017
Progress on widening access to university so far is “steady” but “may not be sufficient”, says...
12 December 2017
Number of teachers increases by 543 from 2016, but still more than 3,500 fewer than a decade ago
8 December 2017
Event report: limits measuring deprivation by postcode
7 December 2017
Committee delays progression of named person secondary legislation after legal advice warned draft...
6 December 2017
Compelled collaboration and innovation is contradictory, a former head teacher has told the...
22 November 2017
Scotland performs well in first international assessment of collaborative working among 15 year-...
20 November 2017
Independent review of student support recommends students need a minimum of £8,100 a year
15 November 2017
Scottish Funding Council figures reveal a lack of interest in teaching key subjects which are...
14 November 2017
Dame Anne Glover is Professor of Molecular Biology and Cell Biology at the University of...