Equal Education

NATIONAL LEARNER TRANSPORT POLICY A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION -- BUT NOT FAR ENOUGH

NATIONAL LEARNER TRANSPORT POLICY A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION -- BUT NOT FAR ENOUGH
Sunday, 24 January 2016

EE has conducted a critical analysis of the newly published National Scholar Transport Policy and identified some worrying deficiencies.

PRESS STATEMENT: Upcoming 2015 Matric Results Require Careful Scrutiny!

PRESS STATEMENT: Upcoming 2015 Matric Results Require Careful Scrutiny!
Saturday, 2 January 2016

Each year Equal Education (EE) release a pre--results press statement as a way of assisting the response to the Matric result announcements

EE WITHDRAWS CRITICISM OF MINISTER PATEL; RELIED ON INCORRECT IOL NEWS REPORT

EE WITHDRAWS CRITICISM OF MINISTER PATEL; RELIED ON INCORRECT IOL NEWS REPORT
Saturday, 28 November 2015

Equal Education apologises to Minister Patel for undue criticism, arising from an incorrect 24 November news report published by Independent Media.

YOUTH WAGE SUBSIDY STILL CREATING NO JOBS!

YOUTH WAGE SUBSIDY STILL CREATING NO JOBS!
Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Equal Education is dismayed to see Minister of Economic Development, Ebrahim Patel, apparently misleading workers at the Cosatu Congress, by hailing the youth wage subsidy, when the only two pieces of published academic research since it was adopted in South Africa tell the opposite story.

EQUAL EDUCATION SEEKS CLARITY ON WESTERN CAPE 'COLLABORATION SCHOOLS'

EQUAL EDUCATION SEEKS CLARITY ON WESTERN CAPE 'COLLABORATION SCHOOLS'
Friday, 20 November 2015

EQUAL EDUCATION (EE) SEEKS CLARITY ON WESTERN CAPE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 'COLLABORATION SCHOOLS' PROGRAMME; QUESTIONS LACK OF TRANSPARENCY IN PROCESS THUS FAR

Equal Education commemorates World Toilet Day

Equal Education commemorates World Toilet Day
Tuesday, 17 November 2015

STATE OF SANITATION IN GAUTENG SCHOOLS 2 YEARS LATER: EQUAL EDUCATION CONTINUES WORK TOWARDS IMPROVED SANITATION CONDITIONS AS A BASIC RIGHT TO DIGNITY

THREE NQUTHU SCHOOLS RECEIVE SCHOLAR TRANSPORT

THREE NQUTHU SCHOOLS RECEIVE SCHOLAR TRANSPORT
Wednesday, 11 November 2015

JOINT PRESS STATEMENT: EE & EELC CELEBRATES THE VICTORY OF THREE NQUTHU SCHOOLS WHO RECEIVED SCHOLAR TRANSPORT AND MAKE DEMANDS FOR THE REMAINING ELEVEN SCHOOLS