Dodgy Educor fails learners

Dodgy Educor fails learners

After a nightmare year of bungling and maladministration, it turns out that Educor-owned Damelin and Intec’s private matriculation courses are not accredited by the national education authorities.

Nicole Garbet hoped to enter university in 2014, but there were no celebrations for this student when the matric results were released. Instead, December 2013 concluded a nightmare school year for Garbet.

The upshot is that she doesn’t have a matric certificate, because of administrative bungling, missing grades and disputes about marks.

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