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Angie's ANAs lack valid value proposition

Using ANA information available via mainstream media, I employed several models to test the validity of the programme's value proposition and came to the conclusion that: ANAs have no valid value proposition...

By Edzai Conilias Zvobwo 5 Oct 2015 12:44

Celebrate teachers on World Teacher's Day

5 October is World Teacher's Day, a day set aside to show appreciation to educators globally...

5 Oct 2015 11:09

Nal'ibali campaign celebrates 100th edition of literacy supplement

The Nal'ibali reading-for-enjoyment campaign recently celebrated the 100th edition of its literacy supplement produced in partnership with Times Media...

5 Oct 2015 07:10

Back-to-School party contributes to National Literacy Month

Libraries at Matlaba Primary School and Mokakana Primary School in the Bodibe village in the North West Province and Modilati Secondary School in Hammanskraal, Gauteng, will have their libraries furnished with books...

2 Oct 2015 09:36

Private sector funding of desperately needed learning resources

Several LEAP Science and Maths schools across the country recently received a large donation of Paper Video learning resources...

30 Sep 2015 11:57

Key to breaking the poverty cycle: education

Historically, a large segment of South Africa's female population was excluded from obtaining a quality education and therefore denied the opportunity to contribute meaningfully and equally in the workplace...

28 Sep 2015 13:04

Launching SA's first Education Innovator's Review

The Bertha Centre, a specialised unit at the UCT's Graduate School of Business (GSB), will soon be launching the first South African Education Innovator's Review...

23 Sep 2015 13:54

More and better qualified teachers needed in SA schools

The overall number of teachers is now adequate, but shortages still blight crucial subjects such as languages, especially indigenous African languages, and mathematics. Disadvantaged schools are most vulnerable...

Issued by Bosasa Group 23 Sep 2015 13:38

Assessment remodelling must be based on educational evidence

The National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) believes the introduction of the annual national assessments (ANA) is an excellent decision and everything must be done to ensure its continuation...

21 Sep 2015 17:25

Key benefits of standardised assessment

Assessment is used to determine where learners are at in their learning, where they need to go, and how best to get there. However, assessment without accurate tracking and reporting, is ineffective...

Issued by Impak 21 Sep 2015 11:54

Top ICT teachers recognised

Tinny Molepo of Mothibedi Combined School has been named ISPA SuperTeacher of the Year 2015 at the ISPA SuperTeacher Competition...

14 Sep 2015 16:19

Winners of Chevron South Africa's 2015 Science Quest

As part of its drive to improve maths and science education, Chevron South Africa runs a Science Quest competition, in partnership with the Cape Town Science Centre, to ignite an interest in science amongst learners...

8 Sep 2015 13:29

Boost for KZN matric maths and science learners and teachers

Only about 26% of South African matric learners scored above 50% in last year's mathematics and physical science exams. Just about 41% of matrics will sit the 2015 final mathematics exams and about half are likely to fail...

Issued by Bosasa Group 8 Sep 2015 10:33

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