What problems can be solved by the use of digital technology in schools? This was one of the questions discussed at the World Economic Forum on Africa in Kigali. Speakers from across the world gave their insights into how digital technology could improve learning inside and outside classrooms.
Students of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology were given a task to share stories of their community, in order for them to identify with one another. These stories capture the challenges they have overcome and aims to shape them as aspiring teachers.
The R8.2-billion Accelerated School Infrastructure Delivery Initiative, soon to hand over its 100th school, is upgrading education environments for teachers and learners across South Africa, writes basic education minister Angie Motshekga.
How can parents, teachers and community leaders work together to protect children's right to education? Join Brand South Africa and the Sowetan newspaper on Wednesday 18 March for this important discussion.
MusicWorks aims to help children traumatised by violence and neglect through music therapy, by providing a space for emotional healing, an avenue for creativity and instilling a positive sense of self.