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Teachers condemn their own watchdog over “interminable” delays in striking off incompetent colleague

SCOTLAND'S teaching watchdog has been condemned by its own members for taking too long to drum out bad teachers. The General Teaching Council for Scotland...

Union anger over government teacher panel with just three teachers

A 17-strong panel set up to advise ministers on teachers has been slammed - because it only has three unpromoted classroom teachers. Education secretary John...

Rankin’s old school in “pioneering” £90,000 bid to crack down on troublesome pupils

IAN Rankin’s old high school has been forced to spend almost £90,000 hiring extra staff dedicated full-time to tackling bad behaviour. Beath High, in Cowdenbeath,...

Employment security for Scottish teachers after councils agree deal with government

ALMOST all of Scotland's local authorities have committed to maintaining the number of teachers employed in Scotland's schools after agreeing terms with the Scottish...

Teachers’ union threaten strike after cuts to primary school week

The Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) teachers union has condemned the decision of West Dunbartonshire Council to cut the teaching week in primary schools...

Teachers and lower class numbers are being abandoned by the SNP budget

SCOTLAND'S largest teaching union, the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS), has warned the Scottish Government over any abandonment of its commitments to maintain teacher...

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