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This course aims to help librarians in SA schools adapt to digital

Janet Thomson, Megan Rademeyer and Hlengiwe Mfeka “There needs to be a policy for school libraries, an implementation plan that includes qualified school librarians in each...

Noordgesig parents upset over appointment of “bantu African” principal

Bonile Khanyi The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) held a parent’s meeting at the Noordgesig Primary School in Soweto on Monday morning to discuss their...

Studies show girls perform better academically

Thabo Mohlala A study by Stellenbosch University's department of economics found that girls outperform boys at both school and university education. Titled: The 'Martha Effect': The...
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EXCLUSIVE: No place to bath for matrics locked up at school for exams

Busisiwe Gumede Every matric pass rate a school achieves is a result of hard-work, dedication and in some cases – extreme pressure placed on students...

16 Days of Activism: Hear Me Move Educational Theatre launched to tackle child abuse in schools

Thabo Mohlala With 16 Days of Activism against Women and Children abuse officially launched, a group of professional dancers and actors have teamed up to...

Government needs to provide more services for children with special needs

Bonile Khanyi The Chris Hani West Department of Education in the Eastern Cape has called upon the government to provide easy access to education for...

GDE pleads with learners to return tablets and textbooks

Thabo Mohlala The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) wants all learners to hand in their textbooks and tablets as soon as they finish writing examinations...

Western Cape Education Department steps in to fund poor learners

Thabo Mohlala The flawed national quintile system is putting severe financial strain on fee-paying schools making it difficult for them to sustain their daily operations....

South Africa must do more to keep teachers from seeking ‘greener pastures’

Rian de Villiers Around the world, many teachers are choosing to leave their home countries once they’ve qualified. It’s a global phenomenon, and one that...

Matrics asked to stay away from dangerous “pens-down” parties

Thabo Mohlala With next week Tuesday marking the end of the strenuous matric examinations for grade 12 learners, most of them cannot wait to go...
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