Thursday, March 24, 2011

Free State education department tries to improve quality of learning

By Lelethu Mquqo
24 March 2011

The Free State education department hopes to improve quality learning and teaching in rural schools by solving problems during a two-day workshop.

Subjects include school transport, feeding schemes, hostels, HIV and Aids and learner pregnancy.

About 600 delegates, including principals of farm schools, are attending the discussions.

As part of improving rural education, Sony SA is donating 13-thousand books to the Free State.

More than 150 farm schools will benefit from the programme.


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