Joint statement by SECTION27, Equal Education, The Centre for Child Law, The Legal Resources Centre, Equal Education Law Centre
Matric class faces bleak prospects as government's signature youth employment instrument fails to deliver. Equal Education calls for immediate scrapping of a failing policy
Equal Education (EE) congratulates the students, schools, teachers and the DBE on the matric results of 2014. It is encouraging to see a clear attempt to improve the standard of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) .
Equal Education (EE) will comment on the 2014 matric results once they are announced. This note is intended to assist journalists, commentators and civil society organisations to frame responses to the forthcoming announcement by Minister Motshekga.
Equal Education has accepted an invitation to present at the United Front Preparatory Assembly being held in Johannesburg on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 December. We will give a brief overview of the challenges facing quality and equal schooling in South Africa, and will explain our work.
On this World AIDS Day, Equal Education (EE) is donating R50,000 to the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC). This is part of a global response to the financial situation TAC finds itself in
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 (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.