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Foundation phase calls for new idea
Foundation phase calls for new idea
There was an interesting article by Marina Goetze, the head of the special education department at the Institute of Education Sciences, posted on...
What Kenyan universities can do to expand social entrepreneurship
What Kenyan universities can do to expand social entrepreneurship
Universities are at the forefront of any country’s economic development efforts. They play an invaluable role in passing knowledge on to the next...
No proof of birth, no education
No proof of birth, no education
Sonia Sigauke was only 10 years old when she dropped out of school in Mozambique.
Illiteracy threatens our democracy
Illiteracy threatens our democracy
What we read as children can tell us a lot about ourselves and the world we live in. The influences of our family, our schoolteachers and the...
No quick fix for university crisis
No quick fix for university crisis
In last week’s Mail & Guardian, I outlined the view that the student protest movement is not homogeneous, but comprises different groups with...
New medical school slated for Eastern Cape
New medical school slated for Eastern Cape
Nelson Mandela University (NMU) will open South Africa’s ninth medical school in 2020...
Gauteng private schools try frank talk on racism
Gauteng private schools try frank talk on racism
Representatives of independent schools in Gauteng were on their best behaviour on Wednesday as they told their audience, which included education...
Ivy League schools fail black parents’ grade
Ivy League schools fail black parents’ grade
Wealthy young black parents are veering off of the beaten track to private and former model C schools when they choose a path for their children....

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