JOHANNESBURG - The Gauteng Education Department said that while it saw a 1% drop in the 2021 matric pass rate contrasted with 2020, the region has enrolled its largest number of passes in National Senior Certificate history.
Schooling MEC Panyaza Lesufi earlier today reported commonplace outcomes for the matric class of 2021.
The region has the second-most noteworthy pass rate in the country at 83.2%.
Head of Department Edward Mosuwe said the office was satisfied with the maintenance of understudies from grade one out of 2010 to matric in 2021.
"In 2010, we had 166,000 grade one participants and in 2021, we had 139,000 matrics. In this way, according to a through-put perspective, Gauteng had the option to hold a 84% through-put of students since grade 1."
Mosuwe said 105,000 students passed matric this year.
"We had the option to get an increment of over long term on-year of students getting lone wolf's passes. Additionally, we had the option to get an identical number of 6,000 students getting differentiations."
Gauteng values the way that all its 15 regions have scored pass rates higher than the public normal of 76.4%.
#GPmatric2021 | Out of the Top 10 Districts in the country, 4 of them come from Gauteng and the best District in the nation comes from Gauteng, said Education MEC @Lesufi pic.twitter.com/p1kiHae6bo
Gauteng Department of Education (@EducationGP1) January 21, 2022
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