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Labour councillor under fire after laughing at censorship of Yes campaign...

  By a Newsnet reporter  A Labour councillor has caused anger after appearing to mock local people angered at the news the council were...

Labour in Dunfermline by-election gaffe as candidate attacks parent’s school closure...

  By Lynn Malone  A row has broken out following remarks by Labour's Dunfermline by-election candidate after she accused parents who are running a...

Questions for Labour after letters reveal Glasgow Council SFT snub

By Martin Kelly A Glasgow MSP is demanding answers from Labour controlled Glasgow City Council (GCC) after it emerged the authority did not submit...

More schools in Scotland from SFT savings as PFI takes its...

By Bob Duncan  Financial support to build an additional 12 new schools has been found through savings across public infrastructure schemes, according to the...

Former Labour councillor’s claims challenged as Western Isles school row brews

By Martin Kelly  A row is brewing on the Western Isles after a former Labour councillor claimed that a request to split a contract...

Money down the drain – Time to pull plug on Labour’s...

By Martin Kelly  A leading Union official has called for an end to PFI contracts after a blunder at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary led to...

Most satisfied with education as Scots pupils go back to school

As Scotland’s young people return to school the latest survey of opinion shows Scots are overwhelmingly satisfied with their children’s education. ...

Scottish Conservatives want literacy and numeracy testing by P7

The Scottish Conservatives have said that they want 'rigorous literacy and numeracy testing by P7 in our schools, to address a worrying decline in...

Union Suspended from CfE Board after Industrial Action Threats

A teaching Union has been suspended from the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) Management Board after refusing to lift threats of industrial action that threatened...

Minister announces new schools support body

A new Scottish Education Quality and Improvement Agency will increase and improve the coordination of support available to schools Education Secretary Michael Russell said...