A week in secondary: 1 June 2018

Labour education spokesman Iain Gray has hit out at the Scottish government, after it announced millions more would be invested in closing the attainment gap. Gray says the money is being used to maintain basic services rather than to support poor pupils. Another £50 million in Scottish Attainment Challenge funding is set to be spent next year in the nine councils and 74 schools identified as having the highest levels of deprivation, education secretary John Swinney revealed.

A new way of monitoring and recording bullying in Scottish schools will be introduced this autumn. The government ...

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