Education in South Africa: some points for policy coherence
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This chapter reviews the educational outcomes in South Africa in the period following the fall of apartheid in 1994. The first part of the chapter reviews some of the salient features of the period following South Africa's emergence as democratic state and reviews assessments of numeric and literacy competencies from countries whose ministries of education are members of the Southern and East African Consortium for Monitoring Educational Quality (Sacmeq) consortium and other research performed on education in South Africa. These reviews and data provided the foundation for possible recommendations for policy coherence and more effective policy implementation in South Africa.