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Research outputs: EDUCATION REFORM
2011 Agency, access, silence and ethics: how young people's voices from Africa can contribute to social and educational change in adult-dominated societies
The crisis in South African schooling is not new. It predates the achievement of democracy in 1994 and has been an ongoing refrain in public...
2010 How teachers perceive the new curriculum reform: lessons from a school district in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa
The meanings that a teacher attaches to the new curriculum reforms act as his or her map on the curriculum implementation journey, and these...
Analyses conducted by the Education, Science and Skills Development (ESSD) research programme at the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) ...Download this report