Durban — The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education (DOE) will be focusing on introducing coding and robotics to its subject choices from 2023 and eradicating pit latrines.
The DOE annual performance plan report for 2022/23 was discussed at the KZN Legislature recently.
The piloting of Coding and Robotics (CR) began in Amajuba, uThukela, Zululand, uMkhanyakude, King Cetshwayo and Pinetown District for the period 2022-24.
The new subject will be offered in all schools with Grade R-9 as follows: Grade R-3 and Grade 7 – 2023; Grade 4-6 and Grade 8 – 2024; Grade 9 – 2025.
In total 299 teachers from 136 schools are piloting CR in Grade R-3 and Grade 7 in Amajuba, uThukela, Pinetown, King…
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