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Opinion| Why Are Public Schools Footing The Bill For Substandard Cyber-Charter Education?

ART LEVINOWITZ| WHEN the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, school districts across the nation saw a  huge increase in cyber- charter school enrollment, including...

Opinion: Why Literature Curriculum Must Join The 21st Century

  GODWIN SIUNDU| As I suggested last week, the world of letters widely recognises, rightly in my view, that Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, in partnership with...

Reopening Of Schools Delayed Due To COVID-19 Concerns From The Department of Health, Education Portfolio Committee Hears

DEPARTMENT of Basic Education has briefed Parliament that the decision to delay the reopening schools in 2021 was based on a request from the...

Education NGO Slams Proposed Early Return Of Teachers To Schools

THE Foundation for English; Mathematics; Sciences; Sports and Innovation of South Africa compared teachers to frontline workers, saying they play a role in society...

90% Of Matric Examination Papers Have Been Marked – Basic Education Department

The Department of Basic Education says 90% of the marking of matric exams has been completed, four days before the scheduled cut-off date. Briefing the...

Opinion: Why Does Grammar Matter?

AFTER 20 years of teaching academic writing to both native speakers and English language learners, I can attest that at some point, just about...

Gauteng Schools Should Refrain From Opening Until February 15 – Lesufi

NYAKALLO TEFU| GAUTENG Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has issued an ultimatum to both public and top private schools, saying they should refrain from opening...

2021 Tertiary Academic Year To Begin In March – Nzimande

NYAKALLO TEFU Minister of Higher Education, Science, and Technology, Blade Nzimande, says universities will open for first year applications between March and April. Nzimande briefed the...

Amid COVID-19 Surge, South Africa Delays Reopening Schools

MOGOMOTSI MAGOME FACED with a rapid resurgence of COVID-19 overwhelming the country’s hospitals and driven by a more infectious variant of the virus, South Africa...

Coronavirus: Rwanda and Malawi Shut Schools As Cases Surge

RWANDAN and Malawian authorities shut nurseries and schools on Monday as coronavirus cases surge. Rwanda closed schools just in the capital Kigali but the education...
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