Johannesburg – As the 2023 academic gets under way and while some parents may still be scrambling for placement for their children, Independent Newspapers spoke to three online schools about their offerings.
Online learning has been in the spotlight recently following the fallout between parents and staff at the UCT Online High School (UCTOHS) where two learners are on suicide watch following the release of their 2022 year-end results. Parents said they plan to sue the school and demand that school fees paid in 2022 be returned to them.
And while none of the schools would be drawn on what went wrong at UCTOHS, the schools provided what they think sets them apart. “We should not…
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