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WQ 434 NA Learner to educator ratio in quintiles 1, 2 and 3 schools, 13 March 2020

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 13/03/2020

INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER: 09/2020

434.  . Mrs N I Tarabella Marchesi (DA) to ask the Minister of Basic Education:

   

(1)       What number of learners are currently enrolled in quintile (a) 1, (b) 2, (c) 3, (d) 4 and (e) 5 schools in each province;

(2)       what is the learner to educator ratio in quintile (a) 1, (b) 2 and (c) 3 schools in each province?                                                                               

Response

Reply : (1)  (a), (b),(c),(d),(e)

Table 1 below indicates the number of learners enrolled in quintile 1 to 5 schools per province.It shows that the majority of learners are in quintile 3 with 3 218 301 followed by quintile 1 with 3 113 123.

Table 1: Number of learners in quintile 1 - 5 schools,by province, in 2019

Part 2 of the response refers to the attachment.

Province

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q5

Grand Total

EC

555 913

335 572

744 697

53 600

80 385

1 770 167

FS

210 541

168 041

207 385

39 271

68 518

693 756

GT

310 456

319 183

385 513

464 180

671 763

2 151 095

KZN

562 445

703 099

832 338

362 525

320 254

2 780 661

LP

590 191

668 730

358 027

21 366

49 062

1 687 376

MP

476 069

391 077

98 192

52 136

49 801

1 067 275

NC

67 058

66 719

71 786

49 287

37 770

292 620

NW

231 983

165 320

326 956

87 844

16 138

828 241

WC

108 467

167 072

193 407

326 029

389 635

1 184 610

Grand Total

3 113 123

2 984 813

3 218 301

1 456 238

1 683 326

12 455 801

Source: LURITS 2019

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Written By: Administrator Account
Date Posted: 10/7/2020
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