Johannesburg – Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga has revealed that they have identified hundreds of schools for pilot projects on coding and robotics.
This comes as the Gauteng Department of Education has in recent months launched a number of schools of specialisation.
Motshekga said that from next year they will be launching these pilot projects.
She said 1 000 primary schools have been identified for pilot projects in Grade 7 and another 569 secondary schools have been identified for piloting in Grades 8 and 9.
These are efforts to ramp-up education in primary and secondary schools.
Motshekga, who was replying to a written parliamentary question from the ANC’s Walter Letsie,…
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