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Response to MEC Lesufi Umalusi statement (02/01/2021)

MEC Lesufi has placed a statement in the public domain to which the Board of the IEB has responded. The response of the Board is attached for your information. Please be assured that the IEB is awaiting the outcome of the court decision and will respond to the inaccuracies and unfounded accusations in the MEC's statement once that judgement is forthcoming.

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ASSESSERING VIR TUISSKOOLLEERDERS (03/09/2020)

Die IEB bied nou vir tuisskool ouers die geleentheid om 'n reeks assesserings te verkry om hul kind se bevoegdheidsvlakke in terme van taal- en wiskundevaardighede te bepaal.

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ASSESSMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR HOME EDUCATED LEARNERS (03/09/2020)

The IEB has established a facility for the assessment of home educated learners. It provides home schooling parents with the opportunity of accessing a range of assessments to determine their child’s competency levels in terms of language and mathematical skills.

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Distance/Online education provision (15/01/2021)

The IEB has received a number of Expressions of Interest from distance/online education institutions. Those education institutions interested in registering with the IEB are encouraged to folllow the process outlined below.

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Guidelines for schools on maintaining hygiene during COVID-19 (01/05/2020)

This is a set of draft guidelines drawn up by the DBE, in respect to preparing schools for the re-opening of face-to-face teaching. Please note that this is a draft document at this stage and we make it available to assist schools with their own preparations.

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LEARNING RESOURCES DURING LOCKDOWN (06/04/2020)

The IEB is an assessment body and hence is not a “provider” of teaching resources. However, times are unusual, and we have put together a range of online teaching resources.

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South Africa’s NSC is more than fit for purpose and is globally recognised (07/01/2020)

Over the past few years, a number of educational institutions operating in South Africa have taken to punting the benefits of an “international” qualification or education juxtaposed against the National Senior Certificate (NSC) and CAPS curriculum.

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