How will SA students adjust to the new normal?

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Left behind Within South Africa, some of our foremost contestations have been the digital divide, access, and the loss of time in the academic year. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images
Left behind Within South Africa, some of our foremost contestations have been the digital divide, access, and the loss of time in the academic year. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images

The global community remains anaesthetised at the months of abnormality in the routines we have spent our entire lives refining.

The noteworthy impacts have been on the education system, and how we manage this transformation with minimal impact on the student.

The global community has embraced the change as academics continue to sit around the table, sharing possibilities and tribulations in the attempt to weigh in on future approaches and best practices.

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