Blame Bad Teachers for Bad Schools - Motshekga

Motshekga says the blame for schools that perform badly should be laid at the door of teachers

Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, says the blame for schools that perform badly should be laid at the door of teachers.
 
Motshekga points out that, “Whenever I go to schools that perform well and ask principals what it is that they do to make their schools work, time and again they tell me the same thing: they have a group of dedicated, committed and caring teachers.”
 
She is of the view that, “Where things don’t work, teachers are not doing their jobs right. They don’t complete the curriculum, they jump topics, they are not in class and they often don’t understand the content of what they teach.”
 
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Source: 
City Press

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