Parents of children on the Inner Hebridean island of Luing fear the permanent closure of its only primary school would push away young families and fuel depopulation.
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim about how pupil assessments will work this year.
The provision of digital technology and internet access for remote schooling due to Covid-19 restrictions has been a "postcode lottery", a Ferret investigation has found.
The number of children learning a musical instrument in Scottish schools has fallen dramatically during the pandemic, leading to fears lessons may be permanently affected.
Ferret Fact Service looks at Scotland's attainment gap between the richest and poorest students.
New analysis has revealed Scotland’s poorest schools were four times more likely than private schools to have passing Higher grades changed to a fail.
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.
The Scottish Government is facing fresh calls for reform of key qualifications in secondary schools and colleges after analysis of official data highlighted problems with major subjects.
A no deal Brexit would put school testing data at risk and could lead to "unacceptable" shortages of teachers, according to documents released by the Scottish Government.