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Looking back to go forward: Reflecting on Youth Day 2017

Just as the students of the 1976 Uprising did, the youth have shown that when supported by the people around them they find both the courage and inspiration needed to overcome challenges in their lives and can shape the future of a nation.

2016 Ends on a High as we Celebrate the 2015 Graduating TEACH Cohort

32 TEACH ambassadors graduate from the Teacher placement programme Two years of hard work, dedication and commitment culminated in a prestigious graduation ceremony, held on Saturday 10 December at the Deloitte auditorium in Johannesburg for the 2015 TEACH cohort to...

MBA Fellows Develop Social Impact Measurement for TEACH

TEACH South Africa recently partnered with Emzingo, who placed three MBA fellows at TEACH to assist in the development of an Impact Measurement Strategy. Isma Hussein (Malaysia), Leonardo Lima (Brazil) and Yuko Miyata (Japan) arrived at TEACH on the 11th of July for...

Let’s get Mbongiseni to Idaho!

After completing school in Armenia, Mbongiseni Dlamini has been accepted to study a BSC in Mathematics at the College of Idaho in the U.S.A. He has been awarded a full scholarship facilitated by World Colleges, to the value of $43,000 per year for the duration of his...

Gauteng Education Sets Up R80m ICT School

Previously dysfunctional Fontanus High School in Soweto has been revamped into a “learning facility of the future” with a core focus on subjects such as engineering, maths and science; ICT and commerce and entrepreneurship.

Teach SA Seeks University Graduates to Teach Maths to Rural School Pupils

EACH SA’s recruitment team is visiting universities around the country to find graduates who are willing to teach maths to school pupils — mostly in rural areas. Department of Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Monday the department was partnering with the nongovernmental organisation because of a shortage of qualified maths teachers.

Government Pins Hopes on NGO to Find Maths Teachers

Teach South Africa’s recruitment team is currently visiting universities around the country to find graduates who are willing to teach maths to school pupils – mostly in rural areas. Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Monday the department was partnering with the NGO because of a shortage of qualified mathematics teachers.

Mathematics Back Under Education Spotlight

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said the production of good math teachers would again be a priority for her department, after it signed a Memorandum of Understanding with TEACH South Africa. Part of the agreement involves the deployment of TEACH Ambassadors to South African schools where the results in that subject a particularly poor.

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said the production of good math teachers would again be a priority for her department, after it signed a Memorandum of Understanding with TEACH South Africa. Part of the agreement involves the deployment of TEACH Ambassadors to South African schools where the results in that subject a particularly poor.

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Teach South Africa’s recruitment team is currently visiting universities around the country to find graduates who are willing to teach maths to school pupils — mostly in rural areas. Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Monday the department was partnering with the NGO because of a shortage of qualified mathematics teachers.

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Partnering to Change the Face of Education

Partnering to Change the Face of Education

Six of TEACH South Africa’s Ambassadors are taking part in the Iris Connect pilot project. Currently being rolled out by the Department of Basic Education (DBE), in partnership with the British Council at 3 schools in Gauteng. Iris Connect is an intuitive video-based platform that offers secure access professional learning opportunity.

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The Minister of Basic Education, Mrs Angie Motshekga has highlighted the importance of offering mathematics in all schools; however, a shortage of qualified Mathematics teachers in the system has been a challenge. In a bid to address this, the Department of Basic Education (DBE) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with TEACH South Africa to place “TEACH Ambassadors” in schools that do not have qualified mathematics teachers.

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TEACH Represents on Youth Day

TEACH Represents on Youth Day

TEACH Ambassador Alumni Lindiwe Ngwenya participated in a 3 hour Youth Day special discussion “Teaching and Youth – making a change” on Xolani Gwala Radio 702 Afternoon Drive. Thank you for having us 702- proud to participate in such an honest and robust discussion #‎TEACHambassadors‬‬ #‎YouthDay2016‬‬ #‎YouthMovingSAforward‬‬

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