'Parents need to explore what their children are passionate about'
Education expert Natasha Madhav says communication between parents and children about careers choices is important.
Speaking to Azania Mosaka, Madhav says the conversation of education streams and career paths should start in primary school.
She adds that parents need to investigate and explore the options the children have told them about.
Communication between parents and their children is extremely important so you can understand what they are passionate about.Natasha Madhav, Education expert - The Independent Institute of Education
Try and explore why they want to do that particular thing.Natasha Madhav, Education expert - The Independent Institute of Education
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