Parents Face Tough School Choices

Economists warn that more pupils at private schools in South Africa could drop out and return to former Model C schools in 2023 as parents’ salaries struggle to match high levels of inflation and a higher cost of living.

The ISASA Executive Director, Lebogang Montjane, was interviewed by the Saturday Star on the current state of independent (private) schooling in South Africa.

The full article is available on the Independent Online website.

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