dysfunctional education system

 
Plan outpaces the learners and teachers
Plan outpaces the learners and teachers
I recently bumped into a friend who is an experienced teacher at a suburban primary school and who generally loves his work. But he says he is...
Collective action brings about change
Collective action brings about change
For black children growing up in South Africa in the 1980s, the only schooling available was in the Bantu education system. For me and my contemporaries in Mthatha in the Eastern Cape, this was our reality. Our parents did everything they could to find schools for us that were better...
​Purpose-driven higher education must meet the demands of the new revolution
​Purpose-driven higher education must meet the demands of the new revolution
While primarily technological in nature, the Fourth Industrial Revolution exists within the existing paradigms of society and systems and, as such,...
KZN education dept on brink of collapse, warns Sadtu branch
KZN education dept on brink of collapse, warns Sadtu branch
The KwaZulu-Natal education department dismally failed to prioritise its programmes and is at risk of collapsing, according to the South African...
Don't blame teachers for failures
Don't blame teachers for failures
Blaming and shaming South Africa's schoolteachers will do nothing to heal the country's dysfunctional education system.

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