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By Katrin KOHLBECHER, Heila LOTZ-SISITKA
The study highlights critical insights of relevance to the shift to a content referenced curriculum in South Africa, and shows how the ‘knowledge mix' which forms the foundation of the new Teacher Education Qualifications Framework can be...
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2011
By WATTERS, Kathy
This report focuses on youth living in rural areas of South Africa who areaged between 15 and 28 and who left school without a grade 12 certificate.It examines the non-formal and formal educational and training opportunitiesavailable to youth who...
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2008
By YELD, Nan, SCOTT, Ian
This paper, written from the perspective of higher education, aims to identify, contextualize and offer discussion on key issues at the interface between secondary/ further and higher education that have a significant bearing on effectiveness and...
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2008
By MCKAY, Veronica, ROMM, Norma, KEBATHI, Joyce, KOTZE, Herman
IThis document locates the development of National Qualifications Frameworks (NQF) within the perspective of lifelong learning. It outlines the experiences and stages of development with the NQF processes in four countries (Botswana, Kenya, Namibia...
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2006
By MCKAY, Veronica, ROMM, Norma, KOTZE, Herman
IThis study discusses different modes of building capacity for literacy/non-formal education and focuses specifically on the roles and functions of the educators in the countries under examination (South Africa, Botswana and Namibia). The...
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2006
By AITCHISON, John
This is a situational study of literacy education provision in four sub-Saharan African countries (Kenya, Uganda, South Africa and Botswana) that focuses on the decentralization of programme management (particularly in relation to policies,...
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