From the CEO
When I ask an audience Raise your hand if you loved maths at school I am lucky to have 5 of the audience respond positively says Sharanjeet Shan Executive Director of Maths Centre a national non-profit organisation striving to improve Maths Science and Technology MST education in Grades R through 12. Shan continues When I ask again Raise your hand if you use some form of maths in everyday life More than 80 of hands go up. Mathematics is undoubtedly a fundamental feature of basic literacy. Why then do national results ...
Siyaphakama high school a high school in the small rural town Sterkstroom is situated about 57km from Queenstown. The school was classified as a dysfunctional school with results below 20 for the past 10 years. The school was visited by the MEC of the Department of Education in the Eastern Cape at the beginning of the 2016 academic year. The MEC then said if the results are not going to improve the school will be closed at the end of 2016. The District appointed a new principal and the Maths Centre intervention started at the beginning of the 2nd term. The ...
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