Urgent education interventions suggested
By Lelethu Mquqo
29 June 2011
An education expert says several interventions are needed to fix the education crisis.
This follows the shocking low levels of literacy and numeracy revealed in the Basic Education Department’s National Assessment.
Education consultant Alexander Pinnoch says urgent action is needed.
Meanwhile, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe interacted with young people in the East Cape today.
The event was hosted by Premier Noxolo Kiviet's office and the National Youth Development Agency.
At a gathering at the East London City Hall, Motlanthe concentrated on issues such as unemployment and skills development.