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The Department of Education Has Just Revealed Crucial Information To The Public

JOHANNESBURG - The Gauteng Education Department has spoke to guardians to help bothered students who are engaging to adapt to the strain of tests. 

Students have needed to fight with the real factors of the pandemic including half and half learning, loss of staff to COVID-19 and clinging to security measures for quite a long time. 

In only three days' time, a large number of matriculants will sit for last, most important tests under severe COVID-19 guidelines for the second year straight. 

It's been particularly hard for the individuals who best in class to matric this year from grade 11 because of the disturbances. 

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said on the office's en mental help is being given. 

"Shockingly, during this period, it's a period when we get loads of focused on calls from guardians and students and we are very excited that we've expanded our relationship with Childline so every one of those that vibe compressed can call Childline." 

Lesufi encouraged students to maintain genuineness during the tests.

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