Education

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Wednesday, 1 April, 2015 - 12:07
“Most business schools do not equip potential leaders with the awareness and tools to internalise the concept of corporate social responsibility,” writes Somaya Isaac
While there has been an improvement in the quality of education in the Eastern Cape, more needs to be done to address other education-related challenges
South Africa should balance its typically ‘Anglo-Saxon’ approach with deeper engagement with business, to better balance its skills development and training approach, writes Andre Kraak
Cotlands to close its traditional residential facilities in Johannesburg as it shifts focus to early childhood development 
South Africa should work towards building a culture of ‘entrepreneurship in order to enable young people to create business, jobs and also grow local economies
ICTs have the potential to improve the way educators deliver curriculum at schools and also how learners interact through various subjects  
Student profiler, a computer-based system, could play a key role in monitoring and tracking students’ disabilities, literacy skills and the failing sectors of their educational community
Education recommendations made the Ministerial Task Team are welcomed, however are insufficient in addressing the multi-facet obstacles faced by the sector 
South Africa should work towards finding possible ways of improving the education system, especially when it comes to critical subjects such as maths and science
This article focuses on the importance of encouraging the use of mother tongue languages, as we commemorate International Mother Tongue Day
This article discusses the need for effective education policies and content to improve the literacy of women and girls

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