However, it does not have the capacity to monitor and support the nearly 15 000 bursary holders during and after their studies.A 2015 study found that young teachers lack pedagogical, conceptual and content knowledge, especially in mathematics, English, science and technology.Students and school managers alike believe this is insufficient time to bridge the theory-practice divide.In addition, Hendrik van Broekhuizen’s 2015 research on teacher education found that, in South Africa, university and distance learning programmes have both experienced low pass rates.Involving schools and teachers in the process of developing new teachers is important to improve the quality of new teachers.It also signifies to qualified teachers that they have something valuable to offer — entrenching an important narrative that teachers already in the system are relevant.Higher education reviews have found that the classroom component is lacking in current university curricula.
It would also enable schools to become sites of professional practice by formalising co-operation and collaboration between universities, schools and the departments of higher education and basic education.
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This is largely because distance degrees are cheaper, and because teacher interns live at home and travel to schools nearby.
Although internship programmes are still relatively young, if they can improve graduation rates there would be considerable savings and have a shorter throughput time.