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On 27 March 2017, Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi, said there's a sudden increase in home schooling in the province, which needs to be reviewed. The reasons that he gives for this sudden increase...
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Western Cape bans alternative education - SA Homeschoolers
The Western Cape has effectively banned alternative education.
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Ramaphosa forces parents to send children to failing schools
On Friday 1 November 2018, President Cyril Ramaphosa made a controversial comment. In his comment he stated that he wishes to propose a law that will criminalise parents who fail to send their children to school. The SA Schools Act (Chapter 2, 3 (6a...
The Right to a Basic Education
According to the constitution of South Africa (Section 29(1)) everyone has the right to basic education. The constitution unfortunately does not define the term basic education. The Department of Basic Education (DBE) states in the Education Information...
Prof. Metcalfe and the South African education tragedy
It's tragic that although there are solutions for the education crisis in South Africa, influential education experts tend to ignore these. Recently, prof. Mary Metcalfe, former MEC of education and education expert, received a lot of criticism on social...
Home education provides diversity and adaptability
Many people, including policy makers think of home education as a mom teaching her children the same way at home as the teacher teaches learners at school. Although this is one approach there are many other approaches available to homeschooling parents...
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