South Africa: Banking on Fees Commission Will Leave Vulnerable Students Trapped in Debt
The crucial work of assessing the recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training (Fees Commission) has begun in earnest. While Equal Education is… Read more »
South Africa: Matric Results an Indicator of Primary Schooling Crisis
Excessive pressure is brought to bear on learners, teachers, principals, and education bureaucrats for the sake of the annual shindig that is the national matric results… Read more »
May 23, 2016
South Africa: Equal Education Welcomes Constitutional Court Judgement on FEDSAS Case
Today, the Constitutional Court handed down judgment in CCT 209/15 FEDSAS v MEC for Education, Gauteng and Another. Read more »
January 06, 2016
South Africa: EE Congratulates Learners Who Passed Matric 2015, Notes Specific Improvements, Continues to Caution Against Over-Emphasis on Matric Results and Advises Greater Scrutiny
Equal Education congratulates the 455 825 learners who wrote passed the 2015 matric examinations! We also congratulate the teachers, principals, and administrators who work… Read more »
January 05, 2016
South Africa: Upcoming 2015 Matric Results Require Careful Scrutiny!
In three days, on Tuesday 5 January at 6pm, the 2015 matric results will be announced. Each year Equal Education (EE) releases a pre–results press statement as a way of… Read more »
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