I sometimes wonder what makes education departments around the world intransigent in their decisions. What should be a simple decision becomes a long, drawn-out battle.
My experience in education in SA is that our energies are used to fight battles which should not have arisen in the first place if the department had acted logically in consultation with the forces it opposes.
The one issue is the sacking of principal Wesley Neumann this year, who quite rightly, with the Heathfield High Community, recommended to parents to keep their children at home in June 2020 when the rate of infection of Covid-19 was quite high.
President Cyril Ramaphosa closed schools in July 2020, supporting schools…
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