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2017 TIMSS item diagnostic report: South Africa: Grade 5 Numeracy

This TIMSS Item Diagnostic report is one of three educator resource documents. The three reports contain diagnostic analyses of Grade 9 Math...

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2011 An analysis of associations between residential and school mobility and educational outcomes in South African urban children: the Birth to Twenty cohort

Using data from Birth to Twenty, a cohort of South African urban children, the current paper investigates the relationships between resident...

2011 Enhancing teaching and learning in schools through assessment: challenges and possibilities (The 3Rs project)

As part of the literacy and numeracy project, the HSRC conducted a qualitative case study to investigate how the Gauteng and Western Cape Pr...

2010 Determination of Differential Bundle Functioning (DBF) of numeracy and literacy tests administered to grade 3 learners in South Africa

This investigation of Differential Bundle Functioning (DBF) of numeracy and literacy tests administered to Grade 3 learners in South Africa ...