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PROVINCIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS TO RELEASE SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE PLANS BY 29 NOVEMBER: EQUAL EDUCATION DEMANDS THAT THESE PLANS BE MADE PUBLIC!

PROVINCIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS TO RELEASE SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE PLANS BY 29 NOVEMBER: EQUAL EDUCATION DEMANDS THAT THESE PLANS BE MADE PUBLIC!
Sunday, 23 November 2014

Today and tomorrow, 24-5 November, all nine education MECs will meet with Minister Angie Motshekga. DBE Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga has said that sanitation and infrastructure are on the agenda. This is significant as it is only five days before 29 November, by when all MECs will have to submit their plans to implement the Norms and Standards for School Infrastructure to Minister Motshekga.

EQUAL EDUCATION MARKS WORLD TOILET DAY BY RELEASING THE RESULTS OF ITS AUDIT OF TEMBISA SCHOOL TOILETS

EQUAL EDUCATION MARKS WORLD TOILET DAY BY RELEASING THE RESULTS OF ITS AUDIT OF TEMBISA SCHOOL TOILETS
Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Equal Education (EE) is celebrating World Toilet Day today by releasing the results of its social audit of the sanitation conditions of 48 schools serving about 50,000 students in Tembisa. The day marks exactly one year since EE publicly launched its campaign to improve school sanitation in Gauteng.

EQUAL EDUCATION CONDEMNS SHOOTING OF ANDILE LILI AND WISHES HIM SPEEDY RECOVERY

EQUAL EDUCATION CONDEMNS SHOOTING OF ANDILE LILI AND WISHES HIM SPEEDY RECOVERY
Thursday, 6 November 2014

It is with great concern that we learnt of the shooting of Andile Lili, chairperson of the Ses'khona People's Rights Movement, outside his house in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, on Wednesday night. He is reportedly in a critical condition.

"FIGHT EDUCATIONAL INEQUALITY!" EQUAL EDUCATION MEMBERS TO RALLY AGAINST EDUCATIONAL INEQUALITY: MARCH TO THE WESTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE 31 OCTOBER 2014

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Over 2000 Equal Education (EE) members will be marching to the Western Cape Provincial Legislature on Friday 31 October, where they will hold a rally against educational inequality. Speeches, describing a wide range of challenges facing schools will be made by equalisers from across the Cape Peninsula, and a memorandum will be handed to MEC for Education Debbie Schafer.

EE RESPONDS TO TREASURY'S MEDIUM TERM BUDGET POLICY STATEMENT (MTBPS)

EE RESPONDS TO TREASURY'S MEDIUM TERM BUDGET POLICY STATEMENT (MTBPS)
Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Yesterday, the Minister of Finance Mr Nene delivered his first Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS). We welcome the small increases provided in the MTBPS, however these will not be enough to meet the targets and deadlines set by the norms and standards for school infrastructure.

Equal Education would like to wish the matrics well as they take on their final matric exams

Equal Education would like to wish the matrics well as they take on their final matric exams
Monday, 20 October 2014

Equal Education would like to wish the matrics of 2014 all the best ahead of their matric exams starting this week. We know that many of these learners are banking on these results to open up opportunities for them in Higher Education and Training, in various learnerships and even some form of employment.

EE and EELC Media Briefing Note: Department of Basic Education to table Annual Report 2013/2014 in Parliament on 14 October 2014:

EE and EELC Media Briefing Note: Department of Basic Education to table Annual Report 2013/2014 in Parliament on 14 October 2014:
Monday, 13 October 2014

Equal Education (EE) and the Equal Education Law Centre (EELC) have sent a shadow report to the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education highlighting key aspects of the Department's successes and failures during the last financial year (2013/2014).

EE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH INGQANGI PROJECT IS CALLING FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS OR GRADUATES TO VOLUNTEER TO TUTOR LEARNERS IN UNDERPRIVELEGED SCHOOLS.

EE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH INGQANGI PROJECT IS CALLING FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS OR GRADUATES TO VOLUNTEER TO TUTOR LEARNERS IN UNDERPRIVELEGED SCHOOLS.
Sunday, 5 October 2014

Equal Education in partnership with Ingqangi project is looking for graduates or university students in the Eastern Cape to volunteer and tutor learners in underprivileged schools. This is an opportunity for young graduates and SA citizens who care about education to make an impact in improving learner outcomes of learners in rural areas