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Research outputs: GRADUATE TRACER STUDY
2017 Institutionalizing tracer studies to assess the impact of workplace-based training: reflections on feasibility
2016 Schooling inequality, higher education and the labour market: evidence from a graduate tracer study in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
An emerging body of research has shown that there are large inequalities in access to higher education in South Africa. There remains a gap,...
2015 Pathways through university and into the labour market: report on a graduate tracer study from the Eastern Cape
Theme 5 of the LMIP seeks to understand pathways through education and training and to the labour market. The key question addressed by this...
The quality of any national education system depends on its teachers. In recent years in South Africa, teacher supply has become a matter of...