State of neglect

5th June 2009 at 01:00

Teachers are suspicious about "outcomes-based" education, according to a panel set up to assess the state of South African schools. Many fear literacy and numeracy are being neglected, reports the Independent Online. The panel, led by former education minister Naledi Pandor, found teachers were swamped by paperwork and spending less time in classrooms.

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