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New award attracts employers, 15/12/14 [S]
Closer links between schools, college and employers will be at the heart of ambitious plans for a significant reduction in youth unemployment over the next seven years.

Schools in Scotland Statistics, 10/12/14 [S]
There has been an increase in total pupils, and a slight decrease in teacher numbers, leading to an increase in the pupil teacher ratio.

Annual School Statistics 10/12/14 [S]
Rise in primary teachers welcomed but pupil teacher ratio “disappointing”

National Investment in Young People Group, 8/12/14 [S]
Key figures in business and education will meet later today (December 8) to outline how best employers can make long term commitments to developing and employing young people.

Scottish Welfare Fund Supported, 8/12/14 [S]
Plans to create a duty to provide crisis grants for people on low incomes and to support independent living have been welcomed by the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee.

Commitment to raising attainment for all, 3/12/14 [S]
Schools across Scotland have secured funds totalling £1.5 million to help reduce barriers to learning experienced by pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds.

British Sign Language Bill 3/12/14 [S]
Promoting the use of British Sign Language (BSL) is the focus of a new Bill being considered by the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee.

Substance misuse at lowest levels, 25/11/14 [S]
Smoking, alcohol and drug use among young people are at the lowest levels ever recorded, according to new figures published today.

Childcare investment reaches £329 million, 24/11/14 [S]
The Scottish Government has committed almost a third of a billion pounds over the next two years to expand annual funded early learning and childcare as adverts encouraging parents and carers to register for funded nursery places started.

First time voters asked for views, 21/11/14 [S]
Voters aged 16 and 17 who were eligible to vote in this year’s referendum on independence are being asked about their experiences to help inform a Parliament Committee’s work.