The course is one of the Scottish government's new routes into the profession, which have failed to fill 40% of places
The vast majority of school staff in Scotland would not recommend becoming a teacher as a career, a poll shows
In the grip of a recruitment crisis, the Scottish government spent 60 times more promoting teaching than two years ago
Report by Scottish inspectors finds teacher recruitment to be 'a concern' in majority of local authorities
'Make sure that teaching is seen for what it is – an incredible career,' advises former education secretary
But totals have fallen in some councils, and there are more than 3,000 fewer teachers than when the SNP came to power
Scottish government boasts of 'significant reductions' in long-term vacancies – but this claim is on shaky foundations
Just 60 per cent of places on Scotland's new routes into the teaching profession were filled this year, new figures show
Glossy TV adverts will not counteract the latest school-based fly-on-the-wall documentary – only a proper payrise could do that
If Damian Hinds wants to retain teachers, he must help schools be efficient in the way teachers' time is spent, writes Yvonne Williams
Low pay and workload blamed as number of new teachers in Scotland quitting the profession after less than a year doubles
MEP wants more done to train teachers in coding and to encourage girls to learn technological skills
Autistic children are being sent home from school 'multiple' times a week – but not formally excluded, research shows
Children in some areas are five times more likely to have graduate staff in early years than in others, charity reveals
The overall drop is an improvement on last month - but numbers have fallen by up to a fifth in some subjects
New figures show applications from teachers in EU countries are “falling off a cliff”
SNP backs Tes bid for whole profession to be placed on 'shortage occupation list' for visas
The goodwill generated by reforming visa arrangements for overseas teachers would go a long way, writes Ann Mroz
DfE stats show first fall in overall teacher numbers in six years, as pupil numbers rise
A fifth of Scottish nurseries also report they do not employ any other graduates
'Something big' must be done to reduce heavy workloads, says teacher-trainer leader
The DfE must take off its rose-tinted glasses and give teachers hope that their jobs will get easier, says union boss
Specialist teachers being diverted to cover mainstream classes, says RNIB Scotland
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