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Leader comment: Teenager’s maths genius is a credit to his teachers
1 DAY AGO - While a certain world leader has repeatedly and spuriously claimed he is a “genius”, a Expand
Accounts direction for Scotland’s colleges 2017-18
2 DAYS AGO - To provide SFC’s 2017-18 accounts direction for Scotland’s colleges.
MSPs shocked by poor and hungry Scottish pupils
3 DAYS AGO - MSPs have expressed their deep concern at increasing child poverty and are appalled that children Expand
Melvyn Roffe: Scotland must get ‘China ready’ by teaching Mandarin
4 DAYS AGO - About 1.1 billion people speak Mandarin Chinese. As the economic, political and cultural power of Expand
Fee anomalies grant for universities 2018-19
5 DAYS AGO - The purpose of this announcement is to describe how the fee anomalies grant will operate in Expand
Alastair Sim: Getting poorer applicants to university isn’t easy but we are trying hard
5 DAYS AGO - This isn’t new – we have a long tradition of openness to students from all Expand
Farmers urged to consider importance of biosecurity in cattle housing
6 DAYS AGO - Biosecurity is a key consideration when it comes to housing beef cattle.
Cameron Wyllie: Here’s how the snowflake generation can toughen up
07/07/2018 - Today’s youth are kind and confident, but they lack the resilience Cameron Wyllie learned Expand
Females hit by ‘exclusion’ of part-time university students from cash support
06/07/2018 - FEMALE students are being disproportionately hit by a failure to offer sufficient financial Expand
Applications sought for low interest loan scheme
2 DAYS AGO - £40m to be made available for carbon reduction/campus development projects.
Fast-track teaching course to plug Scottish gaps gets go ahead
3 DAYS AGO - A fast-track teacher training course aimed at plugging shortages has received official Expand
Virtual reality therapy can help ‘cure’ fear of heights
3 DAYS AGO - Fear of heights can be overcome using virtual reality to simulate dizzying experiences such as Expand
Kenneth R. Ross: Deep friendship changing lives here and in Malawi
4 DAYS AGO - The recent visit to Scotland by Malawi president Arthur Peter Mutharika was the fifth by a sitting Expand
Education Maintenance Allowance return 2017-18
5 DAYS AGO - Guidance notes for the collection of the 2017-18 Education Allowance Maintenance return.
Professor Ian Allison: Virtual reality is just the job for learning future workforce skills
5 DAYS AGO - Recent progress in technology has significantly enhanced the capacity of computers and they are Expand
Sums starting to add up for pupils at Glasgow’s most deprived schools
6 DAYS AGO - COMPUTER games have a reputation as a wasteful distraction from more useful tasks such as reading.
Funding chief helps Tayside and Fife youngsters celebrate success
06/07/2018 - SFC Chair Mike Cantlay joined in celebrations at the end of a widening access residential week.
Performing arts students are most employable in Scotland
06/07/2018 - GRADUATES from Scotland's academy of performing arts are the most employable in Scotland.
RKE Committee - 17 May 2018
2 DAYS AGO - Papers from the SFC Research and Knowledge Exchange Committee meeting held on 17 May 2018.
Universities Scotland comment on latest UCAS 30 June applications release
3 DAYS AGO - Commenting on the latest release from UCAS 2018 cycle applicant figures – June deadline, Alastair Expand
Schools told to ditch blazers in purge on expensive uniform
3 DAYS AGO - SCHOOLS have been told to scrap expensive items of school uniform such as blazers with coloured Expand
Quarter of Aberdeen University must be repaired within ten years
4 DAYS AGO - More than a quarter of the University of Aberdeen’s buildings are in need of repair within Expand
SRUC pays tribute to Andy with special award
5 DAYS AGO - The parents of a popular member of Scotland’s Rural College staff who died suddenly last summer Expand
167 schools throughout Glasgow contain asbestos
6 DAYS AGO - MORE than 150 schools in Glasgow contain asbestos, new figures reveal.
John McLellan: Closing private schools makes inequality worse
07/07/2018 - Pricing out middle-class will create ever-more exclusive institutions, writes John McLellan.
Accounts direction for Scotland’s universities 2017-18
06/07/2018 - To provide SFC’s 2017-18 accounts direction for Scotland’s universities.

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