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OLICO Maths pupils score top marks in matric

Investing in the Future STEM Skills Development Award. Winner: OLICO Maths

Matric really does start in grade one

Maths is a stumbling block for young peoples' future and they tripped up in primary school.

20% maths decree sets a dangerous precedent for schooling in South Africa

Learning the fundamentals of maths can equip children with critical thinking and reasoning skills.

​Pupils’ 20% pass reflects crisis in maths teaching

South Africans should be deeply worried about the state of maths teaching and learning.

​Shaky data skews literacy results

South African education does have a good story to tell — but not the one told by misleading statistics.

Schools required to pick up slack with maths, science

The Department of Basic Education is putting measures in place to ensure schools stop dropping the two critical subjects.

Matric maths scrapped at 300 schools

The country’s skills shortage is to be worsened by the increasing move to mathematics literacy.

Maths teaching in SA adds up to multiplying class divisions

Poor performance in public schools is likely to accelerate the growth of private education.

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