Scotland's papers: Education standards and driving without insurance

The National leads with the argument that the UK government and its legal representative have claimed Scotland's voice is irrelevant in the Brexit process.

Most other titles feature an international study suggesting standards are declining in Scottish schools.

The Scotsman says the SNP has been accused of a "decade of failure" as maths and reading performance falls.

There is "anger" about the findings, according to the Herald, which also highlights the results in science.

Scotland's schools have failed to make the grade, says the Scottish edition of the Times.

The Scottish Daily Mail addresses the first minister directly with its headline: "You're failing our children."

The i says opposition politicians say the Scottish government should be "ashamed".

In other news, the Courier features the Montrose murder trial.

The Express leads with an expected vote in the House of Commons on Brexit.

The Scottish Sun, meanwhile, reports that transport minister Humza Yousaf has been caught driving without insurance.

The Daily Star of Scotland features a front-page picture of the adult daughter of a former professional footballer in her underwear.

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