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GPE Approves $400m For Education To Keep Children Learning Amid COVID-19

THE Global Partnership for Education (GPE) has approved grants totaling $381m to help 47 countries respond to coronavirus-related school closure and ensure children continue to learn during the pandemic. A further...

Learning In South Africa: The Evolving Education Landscape

THE higher education system in South Africa has experienced turbulent times in recent years. Student protests, university shutdowns, issues with student finances in the...

Cosas Embarks On ‘Unprecedented’ Protest Action To Shutdown More Than 2 000 Private Schools

NYAKALLO TEFU and CHARLES MOLELE THE Congress of South African Students (COSAS) on Monday threatened to shut down all private schools across the country in...

Education Department Puts Final Touches On Coding Curriculum

BASIC Education Minster Angie Motshekga says government is putting the final touches on the coding and robotics curriculum developed for Grades R to 9,...

The Case for Reopening Schools: The Harm From Lost Instruction Outweighs The COVID-19 Risks.

SUBMISSIONS OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS TO THE MINISTER OF BASIC EDUCATION REGARDING THE MAINTENANCE OF LEARNING AND TEACHING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC DESPITE OPPOSITION BY LEADING...

Lesufi Calls For End Of IEB Exams To Allow For Equal Access To The Country’s Opportunities

In recent months, Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has called for the scrapping of the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) tests and for the establishment...

Three Senior KZN Education Officials Suspended Over R129mn Schools’ Sanitary Towels Project

THREE senior of officials of and a service provider to the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) education department have been suspended following an investigation into a tender...

School Closures: Interests Of Children Last On The List Of Priorities In Capitulation To Unions

DEBBIE SCHAFER IT IS WITH deep disappointment that we note the decision of the national Cabinet to once again close schools for a whole month. The...

Policy Options To Crack The Mother Tongue Versus English Riddle In South African Schools

NOMPUMELELO MOHOHLWANE INTERNATIONALLY, education theory favours mother-tongue instruction and recommends that schooling should begin in the language the child knows best, often their mother tongue. Even...

Innovative, Future-focused Educator Landeka Diamond from Western Cape Is Our Teacher Of The Week

CLASSROOM CORNER|Teacher of the Week Teacher: Landeka Diamond School: Westlake Primary School, Westlake, Western Cape SCHOOL teacher, Landeka Diamond, from Westlake Primary School, Western Cape, has presented...

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