South African Council of Educators

 
Council of Educators yet to access sex offenders register when vetting teachers
Council of Educators yet to access sex offenders register when vetting teachers
The South African Council of Educators (SACE) conceded on Sunday that it had not used the Sex Offenders Register to vet teachers in the past as it...
‘Teacher called my daughter a witch’
‘Teacher called my daughter a witch’
The family of an Eastern Cape primary school pupil has obtained a court order against a teacher they allege has been tormenting their child by...
No job for sex predator principal
No job for sex predator principal
A former school principal has failed in his latest bid to get his job back after he was fired by the Gauteng department of education for, among...
Internships would spawn ace teachers
Internships would spawn ace teachers
Pre-service teacher internships, which use the flexibility of distance learning education qualifications offered by universities such as Unisa and...
Private schools not above the law
Private schools not above the law
Over the last two weeks, one of the most prominent private schools in the country, Saint John’s College, has been criticised for merely disciplining and demoting a teacher found guilty of sustained discrimination of black pupils is his classes....
Crisis at schools goes unreported
Crisis at schools goes unreported
Corporal punishment is rife in Gauteng schools, even though it is unlawful, according to Childline. The children's rights body said more than 300...
Teachers disgusted by waste of levies
Teachers disgusted by waste of levies
Teachers have expressed dismay at the "waste" of levies they pay to the South African Council of Educators (Sace).The levies have been used to buy...
Dozens of sexual misconduct complaints against teachers
Dozens of sexual misconduct complaints against teachers
Twenty-seven complaints of sexual misconduct against teachers were received by the South African Council of Educators between January and October...

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