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The Best Resources For Learning About Scotland’s Schools – Help Me Find More


'Northern Constabulary Pipe Band at British PB Championships at Annan Dumfries-shire  Scotland' photo (c) 2010, Dave Conner - license:

(Note: I’ll get around to adding more to this list soon, For now, though, be sure to check out the comments here and comments on my Google Plus post for reader-suggested resources)

I hadn’t heard anything about schools in Scotland until recently, when I’ve read two fascinating articles about what’s going on there. I’m starting off by posting those two articles, and I hope readers will contribute more.

You might also be interested in The Best Resources To Learn About Finland’s Education System and my two part Ed Week series on the Ontario school system.

Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Learning About Scotland’s Schools:

Why Scotland doesn’t have a national curriculum is from The BBC.

Scottish Schools Focus on More Than Just Tests is from The New York Times.

England vs Scotland: Competing school reform visions is from The Washington Post.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.


  1. You may be interested in this a site originally set up by a bunch of Scottish teachers. Now UK wide membership.
    For a local feel from my local education authority

  2. Thanks, John!

  3. iTunes U has a collection of materials produced by Education Scotland, our national body.

  4. How about for a collection of podcasts?

  5. open to anyone podcast and Internet radio, based in Scotland. aggregator of Scottish Blogs

  6. Hi Larry,

    two more to consider from our Local Authority:


    Here’s a Twitter list of what our Falkirk Schools are up to:

    And a Scottish Government blog on Education matters:


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