Apartheid Education As published by Learning Online Apartheid was a system of government in South Africa, abolished in 1994, which systematically separated groups on the basis of race classification. The Apartheid system of racial segregation was made law in South Africa in 1948, when the country was officially divided into four racial groups, White, Black, Indian and Coloureds (or people of mixed
Edited Abstract from: Going to University: The influence of Higher Education on the lives of young South Africans” (2018) Case, J., Marshall, D., McKenna, S. & Mogashana, D. African Minds. Financial access is extremely important for poor and working class students wanting to get a foot in the door at universities. But on its own this isn’t a guarantee of success. South
What happens when African philosophies and practices are placed at the centre of learning? How can teachers and students on the continent use the concepts of ubuntu (human interdependence) and ukama (relationality) to come up with homegrown solutions for societal and educational concerns? These were two of the questions we sought to answer when we set up a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), Teaching for Change. It was
Shortening of December School Holidays – The increasing number of matriculants has forced teachers to have shorter summer holidays.
As published on School teachers are often told that they are lucky as they work half days and get school holidays off. But that is not really the truth. There are often long hours due to marking tests and essays as well as overseeing sports. And these hours are about to become even longer. The increasing number of matriculants has forced teachers to
School principals must have significant formal education. Learn about the education, job duties and licensure requirements to see if this is the right career for you. The principal of a school is like the center of a wheel. The principal keeps everything in line and in good working order. The principal is in charge of keeping the school working so that
Where can you study Teaching part time in South Africa You can still complete your Teaching studies without enrolling for full-time studies at an institution. Below are some of the institutions that can offer you Teaching Courses part-time: Damelin Lyceum WITS Embury Institute of Higher Education Unisa University of Western Cape