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Class of 2020 produces ‘quality passes’ — Motshekga

The minister of basic education released the 2020 matric results on Monday, announcing that the overall pass rate has declined from 2019 The post Class of 2020 produces ‘quality passes’ — Motshekga appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Results, Western Cape, Free State, Gauteng, Openaccess, Northern Cape, Motshekga, Angie Motshekga, Department of Basic Education, Top Six, Panyaza Lesufi, Debbie Schafer, Zamani Saul, Basic Education, Matric


Sadtu says Motshekga bowed to pressure from Umalusi to allow rewrite

The teachers union and several learners will appear before the Pretoria high court on Thursday, where they will ask that Motshekga’s decision for a national rewrite of two leaked matric exams be set aside The post Sadtu says Motshekga bowed to pressure from Umalusi to allow rewrite appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Learners take Motshekga to court over matric rewrite

This is after the minister announced on Friday that there would be a rewrite of the two subjects that have been leaked to protect the integrity of the exams The post Learners take Motshekga to court over matric rewrite appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Motshekga, Angie Motshekga, Equal Education, Department of Basic Education, Sadtu, Top Six, Teachers Unions, AfriForum, South Africa (country, Naptosa, Class Of 2020, Matric Exams, Nomusa Cembi, Umalusi, Afrikaans Hoer Seunskool


A search for the meaning behind Motshekga’s words

COMMENT The National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) recently hosted a seminar under the theme, Curriculum in a fast-changing world: addressing short-term urgencies, laying foundations for long-term opportunities. As I was intrigued by this topic, I did not hesitate to contribute to this seminar when the invitation came my way to be among the speakers. I […] The post A search for the meaning behind Motshekga’s words appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Openaccess, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Motshekga, Angie Motshekga, Department of Basic Education, David Perkins, COVID-19, Centre for Curriculum Redesign, International Bureau of Education, Urriculum, National Education Collaboration Trust NECT


Schools to reopen on June 1 — Motshekga

Education minister says schools will reopen for Grades 7 and 12 on June 1, and she cannot guarantee that “no one will die” The post Schools to reopen on June 1 — Motshekga appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Teacher unions warn Motshekga not to jump the gun on reopening schools

Five organisations stand firm on ensuring schools have taken all safety measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus when learners, teachers and school management teams return The post Teacher unions warn Motshekga not to jump the gun on reopening schools appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Motshekga: We look to 2018 matriculants to solve problems

The pupils have been tasked to work towards the fourth industrial revolution
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eNCA's Andrew Barnes taken off air for 'mocking' Motshekga

Disciplinary measures against Andrew Barnes have begun after the anchor appeared to mock the pronunciation of Angie Motshekga
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