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Unions dismayed by plan to send more pupils back to school

A lack of consultation with teachers’ unions and of access to information are just two of the allegations that have been made against government ahead of the return to school tomorrow of pupils in grades R, 6 and 11.

City Press understands that pleas from teacher unions to the department of basic education to not send more children

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