Council of Education Ministers

 
‘Move away from shallow history’
‘Move away from shallow history’
The school history curriculum must be reformed to include “problematic and controversial” subjects and themes in African history, to ensure...
Spare the penalty, spoil the 'cheats'
Spare the penalty, spoil the 'cheats'
The Durban high court has ordered a group of high school pupils who were implicated in group cheating in the 2014 matric exams to attend disciplinary proceedings before the end of the year....
Textbook revelation astounds watchdogs
Textbook revelation astounds watchdogs
The basic education department (DBE) has told the South African Human Rights Commission that the department is only obliged to supply every pupil...
Pandor: Significant school dropout rate after grade nine
Pandor: Significant school dropout rate after grade nine
A "significant" number of children drop out of the schooling system after grade nine, Education Minister Naledi Pandor said in Cape Town on...
Higher salaries to come for teachers
Higher salaries to come for teachers
Proposals are on the table to increase the salary scale of teachers substantially, Education Minister Naledi Pandor said on Monday.

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