Positive use of cellphones appears to be limited to mundane tasks such as contacting friends to check homework.
"The alleged selling of teaching jobs has been going on since as early as 2014"
Thousands of children have been excluded from attending well-resourced schools in Gauteng because of the controversial feeder zone legislation.
The figures show that, in real terms, those getting degrees more than doubled in the past 10 years.
Year after year, when the matric results are published, the problem of failing schools is raised and then forgotten – but not by those pupils.
The basic education department is encouraging universities to direct students into the psychosocial field to help school pupils.
The plight of parents lying to give their children a decent education is again in focus.
Our children are entitled to top-quality education and to the best teachers and teaching resources available, regardless of where they live.
Opportunities for investment, growth and poverty reduction hinge on Infrastructure development, education and skills development and agriculture.
Two years after the abduction of the 276 Chibok girls, Human Rights Watch looks at Boko Haram’s devastating impact on education in northeast Nigeria.
Increasingly academics are finding that humour can be a good way to convey serious findings – and irony a useful analytical tool.
Although important victories have been won in the fight to protect girls from becoming child brides, the practice remains common and is growing.
It is not the language but the excluding culture that causes problems.
Since July 2015, Corruption Watch has received at least 1000 reports of corruption across schools, making them the main graft hotspots in the country.
There is a vital intersect between schools as a pipeline to higher education, and higher education as the conduit for teachers into schools.
Too much help with homework could hinder your child's development and make them feel incompetent.
The majority of British parents who responded to a new survey voiced concerns over the negative impact of interactive e-books on their children.
The school education system in the more 'urban' regions appears to be functioning pretty well.
As South Africa mulls the drop in the grade 12 pass rate, one medical student is tutoring matric pupils. Nelly Shamase caught up with him.