[LISTEN] Why private school pupils perform better

CAPE TOWN – The Independent Examinations Board released the 2016 matric results, indicating a 98.67% pass rate.

Wits professor Marissa Rollnick explains why private schools in the country perform better than public schools.

Rollnick also shares tips for all matrics on tertiary study options for 2017.

Listen to the SoundCloud above for more details.

To get your 2016 IEB matric results now go to EWN’s special matric results page. Share the page with your friends.


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