The country’s skills shortage is to be worsened by the increasing move to mathematics literacy.
A new study shows grade R classes deepen the socioeconomic divide, helping children at affluent schools but doing little for SA's poorest pupils.
This system of learning has seemed complicit in the widening gap between rich and poor.
Serious problems in system leave hundreds of thousands of eligible applicants empty-handed.
Indigenous knowledge can be used to bolster SA’s maligned maths and science proficiency.
Private schools foster gender bias, says an international report, despite SA studies revealing that there are more girls than boys in private schools.
The budget allocated to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme shows government will be dealing with the funding problem for poor students soon.
There’s nothing wrong with getting a bit of exercise by walking to school, but not when it takes an hour or more to get there.
Expelled and suspended members of the South African Democratic Teachers’ Union have resolved to form a trade union open to all public sector workers.