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Research outputs: ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS
There are few readily available, relatively easy to use and culturally adaptable developmental assessment tools for young children in southe...
This article considers the politics of adoption of a testing regime in South Africa. While the broad features of this regime are similar to ...
There is mounting pressure to demonstrate accountability of public expenditure in South Africa. In education, this means an increasing publi...Download this report
The question of cognitive functions in children is an important one. Project SIZE is a study running over time (longitudinal) that aims to g...