Progress in closing attainment gaps between rich and poor school children is faltering as their performances decline at differing rates, according to Scottish Government data.
School pupils in remote parts of Scotland have lower levels of literacy and numeracy than those in accessible and urban areas, according to recently released Scottish Government data.
Children in poorer parts of Scotland have nearly 10 per cent fewer choices of subjects in secondary school than those in better-off areas, new research has found.
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim by the Scottish Greens that more than 500 additional support teachers have been cut since 2010.
Forty per cent of Scotland’s primary schools have no libraries and 99 per cent have no librarians.