Our aspirations are left high and dry, but we should take ownership of our efforts to get there
Posts tagged as “education”
Four psychologists reflect on what liberty means to them, their patients and the country
This essay came third in the 2020 Ahmed Kathrada Foundation’s Youth Essay Writing Competition Against Racism Close your eyes and picture this, you’re running an…
School is the first place where children get to interact with the diversity of this country, let us not let them go there narrow-minded
Democracy isn’t possible without some consensus on what constitutes valid knowledge
The pandemic is hastening neoliberal universities’ moves towards platform pedagogy, where lecturers become participants in the “just-in-time” gig economy and students become “clients”
As government employees at a public school, the material we produce should be available to all in South Africa. You hold the key to sharing this invaluable treasure trove with the country.
The higher education sector should be the most innovative in a crisis, but the minister failed dismally
If the DBE cannot assure children that their lives will not be compromised, how do you expect effective teaching and learning to happen? Have effective teaching and learning ever triumphed where fear reigned?