Open letter to the Education minister

Show simple item record Jansen, Jonathan D. 2006-05-12T10:16:23Z 2006-05-12T10:16:23Z 2004-04-25
dc.description.abstract One of the critical areas of transformation (or lack thereof) during the past 10 years has been in the filed of education. While major achievements have been made during the 10 years to amalgamate the different sectors of education that existed in the past, many believe there’s still a lot that needs to be done. Prof Jonathan Jansen from Pretoria university sketches the challenges and areas that still need attention in the education system, including illiteracy and pre-school education, in an open letter to whoever will be appointed the minister of education after President Thabo Mbeki’s inauguration en
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dc.identifier.citation Jansen, JD 2004, ‘Open letter to the Education minister’, City Press, 25 April, p. 16. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher City Press en
dc.rights Permission obtained from SAMedia to publish newspaper article in UPSpace. Visit to view permission note. en
dc.subject Educational policy en
dc.subject Quality en
dc.subject Education - South Africa en
dc.subject Schools en
dc.subject Teachers en
dc.subject Universities en
dc.subject Education finance en
dc.subject Education budgets en
dc.subject School fees en
dc.subject Racial integration en
dc.subject Provinces en
dc.subject Illiteracy en
dc.subject Early childhood education en
dc.subject AIDS (disease) en
dc.subject HIV-infections en
dc.subject Minister of Education en
dc.title Open letter to the Education minister en
dc.title.alternative Los al die beleide, beplan onderwys en
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