matric exam

 
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...
Data-driven education SA’s success story
Data-driven education SA’s success story
Although much of the focus in preceding weeks has been on the recent announcement of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) results, in which the...
Reimagining sites of basic education
Reimagining sites of basic education
Since the late 2000s matrics have had to take two extra compulsory subjects: some form of maths and life orientation. More recently there have been...
No matter what, a matric remains within reach
No matter what, a matric remains within reach
If you’re one of those pupils who is either unhappy with the matric symbols you have attained or even if you have failed, don’t lose hope. You...
Deaf pupils cheer sign of the times
Deaf pupils cheer sign of the times
It was nine years ago that a deaf teenager from Durban took the national and provincial health departments to court, asking for an order that would...
​Mystery of the WhatsApped matric maths exam
​Mystery of the WhatsApped matric maths exam
The “whistle-blowers” of a leaked matric maths examination paper now face having their results blocked by education authorities.
2013 matric examination results ready for release
2013 matric examination results ready for release
The 2013 matric examination results were ready to be released, the basic education department said on Saturday.
Umalusi defends matric mark adjustments
Umalusi defends matric mark adjustments
None of the marks for the 11 adjusted matric subjects were changed by more than 5%, Umalusi, the state's quality watchdog body announced on...
Motshekga: We need the public's help
Motshekga: We need the public's help
With no end in sight to the crippling public sector strike involving teachers, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has made a desperate appeal...

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