20.1.2020 03:30 pm
Now is an opportune time to ask some difficult questions about whether we are doing enough to give our country’s children the education they deserve, laments Dr Mamphela Ramphele
As we prepare to embark on a new school year, now is an opportune time to ask some difficult questions about whether we are doing enough to give our country’s children the education they deserve. It has been clear for decades that our education sector is in crisis, with all too many children struggling to complete schooling that prepares them for the modern world, Yet we must ask whether the solutions proposed for this challenge address what really ails our school system.
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