80 Percent of SA Schools ‘Dysfunctional’

The South African education system is often described as being in crisis, a claim the DBE disputes

The South African education system is often described as being in crisis and a recent claim says 80 percent of schools could be dysfunctional’.
 
The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has rejected the claim, but did not provide any evidence to counter it.
 
Kate Wilkinson says based on the most recent available data it is true that 80 based of South Africa's schools are dysfunctional.
 
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Source: 
Mail & Guardian

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