That's all from BBC Scotland's Holyrood Live on Wednesday 15 January 2020.
A motion calling for a review of the initial phases of secondary education has been passed by the Scottish Parliament.
The motion, proposed by Tory MSP Liz Smith, also highlighted a report by Holyrood's education committee into subject choice in Scottish schools. The motion passed by 63 votes to 60.
A Labour amendment, designed to voice concern over multi-level teaching, was also passed by the same margin.
An amendment to the motion by Education Secretary John Swinney removed the call for the review, replacing it with acknowledgements of work being done by the Scottish Government to implement recommendations of an OECD report, was voted down by 60 votes to 63.