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Western Cape education tests reveal devastating effect of pandemic

Years of gains in maths and language skills have been reversed by coronavirus disruptions, assessments show

Education department a key beneficiary of the tax windfall

Government sets aside R57.1bn for schooling and tertiary education and, of this, R32.6bn is earmarked for the National Student Financial Aid Scheme

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2021 matric results can be published on media platforms, court rules

Lawyers disputed the relevance of the argument that the department was fulfilling the Protection of Personal Information Act

Law forces state to stop publishing matric results on media platforms

To comply with Popia, all learners will have to obtain their statement of results from their respective schools

Parents battling to pay school fees, research shows

In 2021 only 45% of parents were able to pay schools what they owed, says credit bureau

PODCAST | Educational tech in a world of hybrid working

Host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Louise Schoonwinkel, MD at Optimi Home

UCT on dangerous trajectory, philosophy professor says

David Benatar says the university's administration capitulated in the face of student protests

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PODCAST | The rise of edtech and its role in job creation and equality in SA

Host Mudiwa Gavaza speaks to John Shaw, CEO of Teneo, an online learning platform

Education minister Motshekga bemoans learning time lost to Covid-19

Attempts to measure learning losses indicate that between 50% and 75% of a typical year’s worth of learning was lost during 2020

More than 100‚000 applications for Gauteng schools in four days

Education department records more than 100‚000 grade 8 applications after opening online admissions for the 2022 academic year

‘No money’ to fix vandalised schools

KwaZulu-Natal education department has no money for repairs but will raise the issue with its national counterpart

Lessons from return of Grade 7s to school will determine when high-schoolers can return

All primary school pupils are expected to return to class on a daily basis from August 2

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