Many SA schools lack basic equipment like chairs and textbooks but research shows they could still succeed – by taking learners' ideas more seriously.
We can’t allow those who embrace segregation and resist change to remain at the helm of our schools.
Any change must deliver on the visions of the sidelined majority to be meaningful.
The responsibility for funding higher education and training cannot be a government responsibility alone.
International students are drawn here in big numbers, but many come to regret their choice.
An academic likes doing the splits between Johannesburg and KZN universities.
An article has caused academics’ simmering row over a social movement to boil over.
Colleges are closing down in the transition from one government department to another.
Education needs people to take risks in the face of adversity to build and strengthen our country.
By being innovative, introducing best practice and modernising, schooling will be relevant.
Aryan Kaganof’s film about Wits deceptively reflects on the political grandstanding at the institution.
Anger has been growing over embargoes on published works that "limit access to knowledge and make academics' work outdated".