SchoolReport Your Eye on Education
SchoolReport Your Eye on Education    The Problem:    - There is a crisis in the education system.    - Learners dont feel...
SchoolReport Your Eye on Education SchoolReport allows Students to: Report problems at their school, like broken windows a...
SchoolReport Your Eye on EducationSchoolReport allows Parents/Journos/NGOs to:See how a school performs: teacher numbers, ...
Issue Based Reporting: Themes that guide learners with the comments and complaints they upload.                           ...
School Report Card:   Chris Hani SEC:                                                                  School Details:    ...
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Resources: Create a resource bank for learners to access information related to their school, school gover-      Student R...
SchoolReport Your Eye on Education   What ShoolReport Achieves:   - Makes the problem visible.   - Gives learners the powe...
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School Report is a project initiated at the 2012 ODADI hackathon. Its goal is to provide a platform for students to report problems at their schools, so that NGOs, government and media can address problems earlier.

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  1. 1. SchoolReport Your Eye on Education
  2. 2. SchoolReport Your Eye on Education The Problem: - There is a crisis in the education system. - Learners dont feel they have ownership over their education, and power to address the issues that exist. - The crisis is largely invisible, as it unfolds in township and rural schools.
  3. 3. SchoolReport Your Eye on Education SchoolReport allows Students to: Report problems at their school, like broken windows and toilets that don’t work.
  4. 4. SchoolReport Your Eye on EducationSchoolReport allows Parents/Journos/NGOs to:See how a school performs: teacher numbers, class sizes, passrates and learner generated comments. Also gives contactdetails of local education department offices.
  5. 5. Issue Based Reporting: Themes that guide learners with the comments and complaints they upload. Teacher School Buildings Textbooks/Learning Resources Abuse / Bullying Fees / Corruption Crime Other
  6. 6. School Report Card: Chris Hani SEC: School Details: Physical Address: 16 Matthew Goniwe Dr, Site C, Khayelitsha, Cape Town, 6782 Tel: 021 786 4789 Fax: 021 786 9359 Principal: Mr J Wilcox District: Cape Town District Office: PO Box 126, Cape Town 021 568 7974 Chris Hani Average Class Size Provincial Average Class Size 720 learners 16 Educators 45:1 32:1 Chris Hani Martic Pass Rate: Provincial Martic Pass Rate: 2011: 72,4% 2011: 84% 2010: 63,5% 2010: 77,2% 2009: 51,3% 2009: 75,1% Comment Feed: Rasta_1 says: Textbooks / Learning Resources We still have no science textbooks, and its March already. Principal said he wont give us new ones caus not enough people returned books last yr. Sweetie says: Textbooks / Learning Resources Yoh, yoh, yoh, we are supposed to study science, but theses not equipment in our labs. Its like trying to teach someone to read without a book!!! Ntombi2 says: Abuse / Bullying The gangsters at my school keep sayin they gonna beat me caus I dont wanna join their crew. Im scared they gonna come to my house and hurt me. Who can talk to for advice?
  7. 7. Photo Uploads:
  8. 8. Resources: Create a resource bank for learners to access information related to their school, school gover- Student Rights enance structures, student rights, sexual health ect. School Budget School Governance Structure Sexual Health & Preganacy Relationship Advice Support Network Contact your
  9. 9. SchoolReport Your Eye on Education What ShoolReport Achieves: - Makes the problem visible. - Gives learners the power to voice their issues. - Gives NGO’s , Civil Society, Government and Journos direct access to the issues on the ground.
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