South African Schools Act

 
Schools shouldn’t be political bait
Schools shouldn’t be political bait
Government’s response to protesters burning down schools seems to have taken a different direction. Gauteng MEC of education Panyaza Lesufi...
English monolingualism gains the upper hand
English monolingualism gains the upper hand
Increasingly, statutory and professional bodies are approaching universities in relation to the languages of instruction used in classrooms. The...
Knowledge is key to effectively running schools
Knowledge is key to effectively running schools
There can be no doubt that the high degree of autonomy given to all public schools in the South African Schools Act and exercised on their behalf...
Bizarre codes of conduct at schools: Some strange, hilarious and outrageous rules
Bizarre codes of conduct at schools: Some strange, hilarious and outrageous rules
Several schools have amended their codes of conduct following last week’s outcry over Pretoria High School for Girls’ controversial hair...
Fee relief for single parents
Fee relief for single parents
Schools will be forced to grant fee exemptions to thousands of cash-strapped divorced or separated parents if a proposed amendment to the South...
Angie's draft school infrastructure norms flout Constitution
Angie's draft school infrastructure norms flout Constitution
In that they disregard both the Constitution and the South African Schools Act.
Equal Education takes Angie Motshekga to court
Equal Education takes Angie Motshekga to court
Equal Education (EE) has filed papers in the Bhisho high court in a bid to force Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga to establish minimum...

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