Results for Covid-19 impact on education

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Aunyana Moloisane
Primary schools resume full-time classes
Winter school break to now end on 19 July
ECDs to remain open under Adjusted Alert Level 4
Teacher vaccination 101
Contact sports in schools suspended with immediate effect
Government and institutions must collaborate for effective delivery of education
10 lessons for the classroom from 12 months of Covid
Malcolm Mooi
Michael Hanly
Basic Education to implement three-year recovery plan
Support for varsity students to complete academic year
Covid-19 positive learners allowed to write matric exams
What South Africa's teachers brought to the virtual classroom during Covid-19
Higher Education cushions 2020 academic year
Case law suggests South Africa must do more about disrupted schooling
Developing teachers to address unequal access to education
Online and in the classroom, Covid-19 has put new demands on teachers
New paper explores the ever-changing role of educators
2021 school calendar to kick off on 25 January
Higher Education to welcome back all students
African educators see Covid-19 as 'an opportunity' - survey
Universities to extend 2020 academic year
Crucial new factors to consider before choosing a tertiary institution
Paediatricians advocate the reopening of schools
Department releases revised school calendar
Lessons in lockdown learning: How schools are now better equipped to cope
UCT to finish 2020 academic year through remote teaching
Public schools to close from Monday as Covid-19 cases rise
DBE responds to Sadtu's call for school closure
More grades return to school
Only Grades R, 6, 11 will reopen on 6 July
Gauteng records 85% attendance on school reopening
Most schools ready to reopen
Nzimande to check university state of readiness
Homeschooling - what does it all actually mean?
Schools to reopen on 8 June
DBE Minister assesses readiness for school reopening
#LockdownLessons: Every challenge presents parallel opportunities
Schools prepare to reopen
Final year students to return to varsity under Level 3, free data
Emerging from lockdown: Why we need to rethink the future of schools
Schools to reopen on 1 June 2020
Basic education postpones briefing on school reopening
Who should go back to school first?
Basic Education to give an update on school reopening
How to maintain a positive homeschooling environment
Schools must remain closed, DBE emphasises
Limpopo court dismisses bid to halt schools re-opening
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