Empowering young people for meaningful and constructive participation in the development of South Africa.
Achieving improved results is necessary and a natural part of any focused academic trajectory, but we owe it to our learners to ensure that, throughout their primary and secondary school careers, they are given opportunities (and space) to make sense of what they learn and in so doing acquire knowledge with understanding.
Our current world and the changes coming in the future require education to prepare children for a world of rapid change in technology, increasing interconnectedness, and new forms of employment. No longer is the focus on merely acquiring content knowledge sufficient in the age of Google’s BARD and Open-AI’s ChatGPT-4. Read More