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Calls to scrap Private Schools: State of disaster impacts learning

The Congress of South African Students is calling on the government to change or revamp the current school curriculum.

According to the organization, pupils are not equipped to survive in the current economic climate and workplaces. The Congress of South African Schools (COSAS) believe that the country should scrap private schools and have a single curriculum for all pupuls.

So question is, what is the main issue or problem that they have with the current curriculum? COSAS secretary-general, Tebogo Magafane spoke about the organisation’s demands.

There are concerns that the continued state of disaster will negatively impact teaching and learning. The national state of disaster is affecting the attendance of pupils and with one day left before coastal schools open.

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