29 October 2013: Michelle Jones covers CDE’s report “MATHEMATICS OUTCOMES IN SOUTH AFRIC...
MATHEMATICS OUTCOMES IN SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOLS: What are the facts? What should be done?17 Oct 2013, by
South Africa is significantly underperforming in education, particularly mathematics teaching and learning. Fundamental reforms are needed in the public sector. Business leaders need to incorporate an understanding of private education and other market experiments and schooling innovations in their overall perspective and priorities for intervention and reform.
Read more in a new CDE Insight, MATHEMATICS OUTCOMES IN SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOLS: What are the facts? What should be done?
- Background report by Professor Charles Simkins, PERFORMANCE IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM: What do we know?
- Background report by Nicholas Spaull, SOUTH AFRICA’S EDUCATION CRISIS: The quality of education in South Africa 1994-2011.
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- 24 Oct 2013
The teaching of mathematics in South African schools is among the worst in the world. In 2011...