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South Africa’s school pass rate rose for a fourth consecutive year to the highest since the end of apartheid. Yet the quality of South Africa’s education system continues to lag.
The higher standard of examination papers for the matriculants of 2015 was one of the factors that played a significant role in the drop of the overall results, the department of education said on Tuesday. Addressing the media and delegates in Midrand ahead of the release of
Recent figures on mathematics in schools show that poor South African pupils might face a bleak future because the country’s education system is still not treating them equally, according to Equal Education. Figures in a parliamentary response by basic
University engineering and commerce are among the many post-school study options closed to pupils from Ndwakazana Combined School in rural KwaZulu-Natal because they can only do maths literacy – not maths – in matric. The simple reason is that the pupils have no choice: their school does not offer maths. This is despite