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Research outputs: TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE STUDY
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Research shows that inadequate language development contributes to weak performance at school, and in later life. Cas Prinsloo and Shawn Rog...
While external factors such as home and school environment are important in understanding learner performance, attitudes and beliefs towards...
2013 Use what you have to get what you need: the appropriateness of TIMSS to appraise and inform policy
Education is a key priority in the country, and outcome one in the presidential delivery agreements. It is therefore important to use reliab...