Education and Training
Minister pledges extra £10 million to buy latest equipment for FE colleges.
Public Private Partnerships are funding work on 79 schools with capital value of around £500m.
Announcement of £2 million towards a new scheme to support applied educational research.
Recommendations on how young people can learn about rights and responsibilities.
Graduates told they will benefit from greater rewards on joining teaching profession.
Launch of course to provide basic food and health training to workers in range of catering outlets.
Minister launches a review of the governance of Scotland's 42 further education colleges.
Iain Gray addresses Universities Scotland/SHEFC conference at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Sixteen councils given green light to roll out the new community school approach in their areas.
Guaranteed posts found for 1100 students leaving training colleges.
£8 million to pay for Continuing Professional Development of school teachers.
New Special Health Board creates umbrella body for health professionals.
Survey shows that 84 per cent of requests for school placements are granted.
Deputy appointed to replace Chief Inspector who retires later this year.
Pupils and teachers are told that changes will not lead to compromise on standards.
Education Minister says Bill gives SQA firm foundation for delivering successful exam rounds.
Special Educational Needs (SEN) Innovation Grants programme to provide funding for over 40 projects.
Justice Minister launches ‘The Scottish Fire Service of the Future’ at Gullane Training School.
First Minster met staff and pupils at Stornoway’s newest school - Sgoil nan Loch.
Point 1 Ltd in Stornoway officially recognised as a learndirect scotland branded learning centre.