matric exams

 
Shortage in Afrikaans markers raises concerns for matric readiness
Shortage in Afrikaans markers raises concerns for matric readiness
Umalusi — the quality assurance in education and training body — has...
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In a country where the Constitution aspires to equality and dignity for all, how do the courts ensure proper compensation for the loss of Uyinene...
EDITORIAL: State’s empty-headed PR
EDITORIAL: State’s empty-headed PR
Government spokespersons need to decide if they are civil servants or publicity officers for politicians.
Provinces push for matric passes
Provinces push for matric passes
In an investigation into the human cost of matric, the Mail & Guardian documented a year that overwhelms and damages both teachers and...
What does ‘fourth industrial revolution’ even mean?
What does ‘fourth industrial revolution’ even mean?
Over the past three years, very excited politicians have used every opportunity to talk about 4IR as the next phase of South Africa’s...
Leadership can fix poor schooling
Leadership can fix poor schooling
The Fezile Dabi district has consistently been one of the best-performing districts contributing to the Free State department of education’s...
Teachers should write matric exams to boost their subject knowledge
Teachers should write matric exams to boost their subject knowledge
It is recognised internationally that the key to sustained economic recovery and growth lies in high-quality school education, yet the majority of...
Editorial: One exam won't level the playing field
Editorial: One exam won't level the playing field
It is understandable that the department of basic education wants to remove the two-tier system that governs school exams. The idea of one...
Single matric exam a step closer
Single matric exam a step closer
The department of basic education is planning to implement a national independent examination council, which will, in part, lead to a single matric...
Matric results 2016: Bachelor's passes for more than 150 000 pupils
Matric results 2016: Bachelor's passes for more than 150 000 pupils
The 2016 national matric pass rate is 72.5%, an increase of 1.8% from 70.7% in 2015. 

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