Council on Higher Education (CHE)

 
Broken teachers, broken children – the high cost of matric
Broken teachers, broken children – the high cost of matric
The toll of the grade 12 exam is mounting, given the increasing demands on teachers and learners attempting to make up for 11 years of a...
LETTER: The murder of Prof Kamwendo at UniZulu
LETTER: The murder of Prof Kamwendo at UniZulu
In May of this year a senior academic at the University of Zululand — Professor Gregory Kamwendo, Dean of the Faculty of Arts — was...
Real barrier is academic inertia
Real barrier is academic inertia
Schools and universities differ in many ways, but one of the most important is the freedom the latter enjoy with respect to the curriculum. ...
US guru on student success in higher education to visit SA
US guru on student success in higher education to visit SA
What helps and hinders student success in higher education will come into sharp focus when Vincent Tinto, professor of education at Syracuse...
Is institutional autonomy a myth?
Is institutional autonomy a myth?
Unravelling apartheid's legacies necessitates confronting our historical predicaments. If we are to create a properly post-apartheid university, we cannot flinch at the pitfalls. ...
New laws anger private educators
New laws anger private educators
A wide range of private ­education companies are outraged at limitations the government is imposing on their businesses. And foreign universities...
With CAP in hand
With CAP in hand
Bra Blade was exasperated. It was four in the morning and he and a comrade were still poring over old policy documents looking for an answer.

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