The department of basic education is providing online resources for learners during the lockdown. But, once again, children with special-education needs are left out. In this podcast, education reporter Bongekile Macupe speaks to CapeTalk’s Lester Kiewit on the department’s failings and the impact on Covid-19 on educating children with extra needs.
LISTEN: Lockdown isn’t designed for kids with extra needs
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