‘Let down and sold out’: Edinburgh College of Art prioritised book festival hire over studio access, say students
Students from Edinburgh Art College say they have been let down after the college hired out studio spaces to Edinburgh International Book Festival instead of restoring postgraduate access.
Ferret Fact Service looked into a claim about pupils' Higher results this year.
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim about how pupil assessments will work this year.
Ferret Fact Service looks at claims from the party leaders during the STV election debate.
Ferret Fact Service looked at claims by the party leaders ahead of the Scottish Parliament election.
Some teachers may end up earning less than the minimum wage for extra work around exams, The Ferret can reveal.
Scotland's education watchdog has been accused of allowing inequity to be "hardwired into the system" following revelations that a paid-for consultancy service is dominated by private schools.
The Ferret and HuffPost UK look at how care leavers in Scotland are fighting back against the impact of government austerity policy.
Tens of thousands of high school students in parts of Scotland are charged between £5 and £125 for home economics, art and other practical classes - while thousands more are charged nothing.