As the academic year 2022 has just commenced one week ago, there has been so many crisis that still need to be attended on by the department of Basic Education together with the minister of Basic education Angie Motshekga.
Moreover, the DA leader Mmusi Maimane has been calling for Angie Motshekga to revise some few things for our education to be operated smoothly or she should just step down if she is not willing to comply.
Factors that needs to be revised and corrected consists the following:
•All learners should be accepted at any government schools.
•There mustn't be a limit when it comes to admiring learners to a certain school.
•All learners should be treated equally.
•Number of days to attend classes should go back to normal every week.
•Class periods should be an hour or more each.
•Lastly, no learner should be allowed to pass by 30% of each subject.
These factors are going to ruin our children's dreams, they won't focus more on schools schedule. This will lead to many teenage pregnancy as they will have enough time to focus on leisure rather than attending school tasks. Where do you expect a leaner to be if they are only going to be attending twice per week? Where should they spend those other three days at and what would they be doing?
OPINION: Mmusi Maimane is very right, Angie Motshekga must do the right thing or must step down if she can't be able to do what's expected from her.
South African education will no longer be a key to success but a key to failure because of how it is being conducted. The workers are still getting the same salary but they are not working according to their work description.
"I agree. Year after year schools don't all get books and come end of the year, she's all smiles shaming provinces that performed less , forgetting they never got books, classes under trees and some schools, just no teachers," says Camza
"Yes, absolutely. But is she going to resign or get fired after seeing this tweet?What I'm asking is: is there a plan beyond just tweeting? Effectively, that's what will bring about change. Awareness is good, but far from enough," says a twitter follower
"Including minister of transport, housing, tourism, state security, water, wait that’s the whole government. Also you never see the so called performance scorecards, maybe they should as SA citizens for a review," says a twitter follower
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