access to basic education

 
Hunting for Africa's Einstein with a science lab on wheels
Hunting for Africa's Einstein with a science lab on wheels
A dozen other students look on as Umar Amadu uses a glass pipette to draw a solution from a conical flask as part of a chemistry experiment.
Letters to the editor: October 27 to November 2 2017
Letters to the editor: October 27 to November 2 2017
Let me congratulate Ra’eesa Pather on the article “Justice for Timol leaves us with...
The ABCs of autism in the classroom: 'He only wants to eat sandwiches with cheese'
The ABCs of autism in the classroom: 'He only wants to eat sandwiches with cheese'
It is a warm Monday morning in Braamfontein's withering summer. The first school bell has rung and the corridors have emptied.
How to grow an effective public service
How to grow an effective public service
COMMENTSouth Africa’s National Development Plan (NDP) is unequivocal in its commitment to an efficient and effective public sector that is...
Blended learning is the future
Blended learning is the future
COMMENTIt is only natural that we strive for progress and advancement, such that we endeavour to search always for innovative ways to...
SA schools boot out Swazi, Moz children over missing IDs
SA schools boot out Swazi, Moz children over missing IDs
Schools close to the Mozambique and Swaziland borders in Mpumalanga are refusing to admit hundreds — and possibly thousands — of...
Students contest the status quo
Students contest the status quo
COMMENTOver the past two years, universities have become increasingly contested spaces. Student movements have rejected the status quo and...
​Pupils’ 20% pass reflects crisis in maths teaching
​Pupils’ 20% pass reflects crisis in maths teaching
COMMENTMany South Africans were outraged by the recent announcement that, for 2016, pupils in grades 7 to 9 could progress to the next grade...
​Pupils’ scores show change is possible
​Pupils’ scores show change is possible
COMMENTThe Human Sciences Research Council released the results of South Africa’s participation in the Trends in International Mathematics...
SA schools are 'sites that enable the dispensing of state patronage to the members of Sadtu'
SA schools are 'sites that enable the dispensing of state patronage to the members of Sadtu'
COMMENTSchools controlled by the South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (Sadtu) are best understood in terms of what they are, namely...

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