The vacancy rate in England is nearly twice as high in the 20% most deprived areas, the BBC reveals.
BBC Scotland's Jamie McIvor looks at the plans for education set out in Nicola Sturgeon's new programme for government.
The 1% cap on Scottish public sector pay rises will be scrapped next year, Nicola Sturgeon confirms.
Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews, Aberdeen and Dundee feature in the Times Higher Education university rankings.
The two elite UK universities are at the top of the Times Higher Education Rankings for first time in its 13-year history.
Vice-chancellor Louise Richardson has defended professors expressing views "against homosexuality".
The criminal hackers are looking for valuable research to steal, responses from learning institutions suggest .
As many as 200 jobs at course provider SS&L could be at risk, a staff member says.
The council wants to bring in another body to run the school or create an "all-through school".
Some parents think it's just an excuse for teachers to put their feet up.
Brian White can take his place at Oxford after being granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
University mental health services face a "considerable challenge", a report says.
University bosses' pay reflects a global marketplace and not higher fees, says Oxford head.
Maharashtra sparks controversy with a bid to remove Mughal history from its textbooks.
The UK 2020 report argues that fast-track two-year degrees could cut student debt.
A grammar school reverses it policy of refusing to let some students continue to the upper sixth.
Nyasha thinks it's unfair the interest she pays on her student loan has just gone up to 6.1%.
A Cambridge University student says he has received abusive mail and chemical attack threats.
For the sixth year in a row, councils warn schools could soon be thousands of places short.
MSPs on Holyrood's education committee set out more than 30 recommendations to tackle teacher shortages.