English teacher Leanne Welsh, who completed her probation in 2017, shares some of her tips on having a successful induction year.
Greg Dempster, General Secretary of AHDS, discusses the Teacher Induction Scheme and the perceived readiness of our new teachers for the classroom.
Chief Executive Ken Muir discusses teacher shortages in Scotland, how these impact Scottish education and the routes being pursued to resolve the issue.
GTCS Director of Regulation and Legal Services, Jennifer Macdonald, shares some key statistics regarding the work of the Regulation Team.
Teaching Scotland met with Gayle Gorman, Chief Executive and Chief Inspector of Education, to find out about her plans for the new Education Scotland.
A group of schools in Argyll and Bute have carried out Collaborative Action Research together to tackle the Scottish Attainment Challenge.
Professional Update is now in its fourth full year of national implementation. GTCS has evaluated the experiences of registered teachers who have engaged with the process and shares results here.
A new panel has been established to examine a range of teacher career pathways and is looking for your views on teacher career progression.
Donald Murray contemplates the future of schools in our rural communities.
This August, three new Reading Recovery Teacher Leaders will begin working with teachers across three local authorities to begin to grow the early literacy intervention in Scotland.