Dataset: Budgets and Bricks: Progress with school infrastructure following the Rivonia Primary School case
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The dataset on this page is a cache of the dataset https://open.africa/dataset/budgets-and-bricks-progress-with-school-infrastructure-following-the-rivonia-primary-school-cas. It is a snapshot of the dataset as it appeared on 09 Jul 2021 13:17 GMT. The current dataset could have changed in the meantime. Attribution: Contains information licensed under the Open Government Licence.
The study, Budgets & Bricks: Progress with school infrastructure, explores whether the Gauteng Department of Education's (GDE) promises in the Rivonia Primary School, heard in the Constitutional Court in 2014, case have been met and whether the GDEs plan on infrastructure is sufficient. The GDE was responsible for analysing and providing for school infrastructure, but due to poor planning (primarily the failure to account for future growth of learners) there were 20 000 learners without a school place at the start of 2016. The report grapples with the question of whether GDE's spending for 2015 is sufficient and the task is hampered by the fact that the available data is limited, and the data that is available is problematic.
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"Budgets and Bricks: Progress with school infrastructure following the Rivonia Primary School case" contains the following resources:
- pdf - Budgets__Bricks_FINAL.pdfBudgets and Bricks: Progress with school infrastructure following the Rivonia Primary School case
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