Today’s referendum outcome could indeed see Scotland pulled out of the EU against its will and the ex-Mayor of London installed in Downing Street. What happens then? The author throws the dice.
Our latest post from Napier Uni students sees the author explaining why, as a supporter of Scottish independence, he voted Leave – despite being passionately pro-EU.
The Scottish Government is keen to stress the role of college-based HE in getting poorer students into degree courses. But it ignores the cumulative effect of cuts to student bursaries over the years since 2007.
The Scottish Government has finally appointed a new Chief Scientific Adviser (CSA) – months late. Our own CSA muses on the appointment and what else lies in store for Scottish higher education.
Cameron Wyllie reported here (see above) of a surge in parents seeking private education for their offspring at S3 level because of their concerns over the flagship Curriculum for Excellence. Already independent schools dominate modern language teaching. What next: sciences too?