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GTCS has published its Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2014.
Following a process to appoint SCEL's Board of Directors, there remains one place on the Board, which will now be filled on a co-opted basis.
GTCS Chief Executive, Kenneth Muir, is one of seven non-executive Board Members to be appointed to SCEL's first Board of Directors.
GTCS has made a landmark decision to accredit a teacher training course provided by a university outside of Scotland.
The largest education event in Scotland, the Scottish Learning Festival, returns to Glasgow’s SECC on 24 and 25 September.
Two senior staff members at GTC Scotland are moving on to exciting new posts in the education sector.
Teachers with a learning difficulty should not suffer in silence.
The Emporium of Dangerous Ideas is Scotland’s most innovative and ground-breaking education festival.
Registration for the Scottish Learning Festival 2014 – being held at Glasgow’s SECC on 24 and 25 September – is now open.
The National Parent Forum of Scotland is delighted to announce a new working partnership with Children in Scotland.
Each year we hold our National Lecture where we ask a distinguished speaker along to talk about important topics
GTC Scotland is delighted to welcome David Grevemberg CEO of Glasgow 2014 to deliver our National Lecture.
GTC Scotland has published its Annual Report and Accounts for the year to 1 April 2013.
The new GTCS Chief Executive, Kenneth Muir, says this is an historic time of change and opportunity for Scottish education.
Renowned Scottish historian Professor Tom Devine will deliver the 2013 National Lecture of the General Teaching Council for Scotland.