Lesufi wants private and public schools to write a standard examination

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Lesufi wants private and public schools to write a standard examination
Lesufi wants private and public schools to write a standard examination

The Gauteng MEC for education, Panyaza Lesufi, wants to dispose of separate matric exams and wants to establish a single, uniform examination for private and public schools. Educators would like to see all matriculants writing the Independent Examination Board examination and then determine what the outcome should be.

Matriculants who wrote the Independent Examination Board exams are doing well at the tertiary level compared to those who passed matric by 30% and who are maintained by the state at universities.

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