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  1. SA Govt focuses policy on Education
  2. Magashule dedicated to improving schools
  3. New School Building Programme Announced
  4. 18 Year Old Entrepreneur Secures Venture Capital Investment
  5. Scripps College Inaugurates Lori Bettison-Varga as Eighth President
  6. Learner attendance policy on the way
  7. Grade Twelve prepare for June Examinations
  8. One Laptop per Child and Marvell Join Forces
  9. Billions allocated to improve pupils' perfomances
  10. World Cup to leave lasting legacy
  11. Details on the 2010 Literacy and Numeracy Assessment
  12. Maths, science lessons for FS learners
  13. SA Celebs rally behind learning, teaching campaign
  14. Learners to get more info on career paths
  15. Leaders unite to boost education
  16. Teachers to get techno savy
  17. Teachers welcome laptop initiative
  18. Call for early registration for school year
  19. Education empowers communities - Motlanthe
  20. Why Balloons Rise and Apples Fall
  21. Pamphlets to help prepare matriculants
  22. Competition to raise SKA project awareness
  23. FETs must improve their output
  24. Maths Agony-Uncle Available To Solve Arithmetic Woes
  25. SA students off to Cuba
  26. Bills to expand functions of Higher Education Dept
  27. Book Explains Why People Differ In IQ
  28. Classroom Technology at NBC News' Education Nation Summit
  29. EU pledges millions to SA schools
  30. Make-over for Social Sciences
  31. Fake qualification holders dismissed
  32. Ready, steady and set to write
  33. Tight security measures for exams
  34. Calls for more African languages at universities
  35. Play chess, says Zuma
  36. ABET making a difference
  37. Illiteracy a national threat: Motshekga
  38. Call for more support for special needs learners
  39. Education stakeholders pen way forward
  40. Rhodes opens R75m library
  41. Corporate SA called to invest in education
  42. Better education, state delivery needed for NGP success
  43. IEB matrics achieve 98 percent pass rate
  44. Matrics record 67.8% pass rate
  45. Matric results: The academic perspective
  46. Tshwane's top achievers honoured
  47. High volumes at UJ a surprise, says minister
  48. Limpopo spends R20mil on rural libraries
  49. Space Medicine, Human Factors, Astronautics
  50. Annual National Assessments kick off
  51. Saturday classes for Limpopo learners
  52. Officials urged to report blockages in education
  53. Teachers, textbooks and time to improve education
  54. Etwatwa pupil wins schools debate contest
  55. More study funds for SA youth
  56. Mchunu gets tough on KZN schools
  57. Gauteng to hold education summit
  58. Student Goes Deep Into the Academic Trenches
  59. Boost for FET colleges
  60. Bursaries for top Mopani matrics
  61. Summit to pen solutions to Soweto education
  62. pozycjonowanie
  63. Motshega to launch education unit
  64. New unit to evaluate education system
  65. Learners commit to promote Bill of Responsibilities
  66. Education summit to address underperforming schools
  67. Over 11 mln workbooks delivered to schools
  68. More support for GP matrics
  69. SA School pupils to represent Mpuma nationally
  70. Finalists for Global Student Technology Competition
  71. New chapter in schools curriculum
  72. Poverty, lack of resources hinder access to justice
  73. Manuel urges partnership
  74. Changing SA through science
  75. Renewed focus on SA teachers
  76. Focus on maths, science learner performance
  77. Support plan for underperforming schools
  78. Quality learning campaign on track
  79. Student enrolments at SA colleges
  80. SA to increase science centres
  81. NSFAS earmarks R3.6bn to varsities
  82. South Africa looks to ICT for transformation
  83. State-of-the-art library for Alexandra learners
  84. ABET gives adults a second chance
  85. Annual National Assessment 2012
  86. Hard work pays off
  87. Bursary holders to benefit from student liaison office
  88. Nzimande takes lessons from Denmark
  89. Nzimande holds talks with FET student bodies
  90. Teaching, the best mistake
  91. University incorporating Medunsa
  92. Research data for SA
  93. Girls urged to take careers in science and technology
  94. Taking the lead in maths and science
  95. Higher education committee visits GP, KZN FETs
  96. Hope to Read the Future
  97. Govt working to improve quality of education
  98. Higher Education White Paper
  99. Comments sought on school calendars policy
  100. Phokeng school gets connected
  101. Higher Education White Paper
  102. Phokeng school gets connected
  103. Northern Cape university opens its doors
  104. Cabinet approves maths/science task team report
  105. Learners’ idea strikes gold
  106. Education key to escaping poverty
  107. SA students receive scholarships from Sweden
  108. SGBs join probe into sale of posts
  109. Where are tomorrow’s software engineers?
  110. Maths Olympiad launched
  111. Fab Lab to bring science, technology closer to youth
  112. Techno boost for Masibambane learners
  113. Teachers are the solution, not the problem
  114. Donated computers to change learners’ lives
  115. New school in Cape Town unveiled
  116. Schools build national spirit
  117. Send-off for SA students to Russia
  118. Education remains government's top priority
  119. Nutrition programme halted in affected schools
  120. Leading South African University Announces Edx Partnership
  121. Students warned of bogus colleges
  122. Graduates benefit from Jacob Zuma Trust
  123. US supports SA's education efforts
  124. Gauteng classrooms go digital
  125. Development programme for Maths teachers
  126. De Doorns learners in line for bursaries
  127. ASIDI Department delivers 100th school
  128. MEC suspends decision to close Curro School
  129. NSFAS Act under review to improve varsity funding
  130. New law to benefit learners with disabilities
  131. SA's top researchers honoured
  132. Call for free education is legitimate
  133. Wits launches CEFF Digital Innovation Challenge
  134. Happy Teachers Day
  135. Final exams still running smoothly