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Research data: SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENT
2016 TIMSS 2015: highlights of mathematics and science achievement of grade 5 South African learners
The Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) is an assessment of the mathematics and science knowledge of fourth grade ...
2015 The evolution of educational inequalities through secondary school: evidence from a South African panel study
Schooling outcomes in South Africa are characterised by significant inequalities on the basis of race and socio-economic status. This paper ...
2015 Understanding school effects in South Africa using multilevel analysis: findings from TIMSS 2011
Studies of school effect usually evolve around two major issues; understanding of the factors within schools that explain variation in stude...
2012 Evaluating skills, knowledge and values of learners exposed to a dialogical argumentation instruction and the traditional lecture method on fermentation
This case study which is part of a larger project, the Science and Indigenous Knowledge Systems Project (SIKSP) at the University of the Wes...Download this report