While challenges persist in the higher education sector, government is doing all it can to address these, Higher Education and Training Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana said on Wednesday.
During the recent Physical Education Symposium held in Cape Town, the DBE together with PEISA and delegates who attended the symposium, resolved to provide practical solutions to address the state of Physical Education in South Africa.
President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday bid farewell to Orchards Primary School’s under 12 rugby team, whose members are headed to Monaco.
About 68 000 grade 12 learners from schools across Gauteng have started the SSIP classes which aim to improve the matric pass rate in the province.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has encouraged parents to keep up their participation in the School Governing Body (SGB) elections.
Do your children struggle with writing poems? Here is a wonderful solution for you! According to CAPS, learners must be able to write poetry. Not only in their home language, but also in additional languages. Learners often struggle with the idea of writing a poem since they are intimidated by the idea of poetry and also because they think they “are not creative.”
South Africa has a growing number of unemployed teaching graduates, especially Black teaching graduates. When Dr Blade Nzimande took office as Higher Education minister, he increased the number of bursaries for teacher training, supposedly to remedy the extreme shortage of teachers.