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Tuition fees and the challenge of making higher education a popular commodity in South Africa
(Springer Verlag, 2012)
The funding of higher education in South Africa has in the recent past been a subject of animated debate. This debate has ranged from the adequacy of government funding of higher education, the suitability of the funding ...
English: Language of hope or broken dream?
(Oxford University Press, 1992)
In this chapter, the ESL approaches adopted by seven different literacy organisations in South Africa are described and analysed. The approaches are identified in relation to developments in the field of applied linguistics ...
Learner perceptions of the introduction of computerassisted learning in mathematics at a peri-urban school in South Africa
This study responded to a national call to improve the outcomes in mathematics in the Grade 12 matriculation examination in South Africa by reporting learners’ perceptions of the introduction of computer-assisted learning ...
Key dimensions of effective leadership for change: a focus on township and rural schools in South Africa
The article identifies key dimensions of effective leadership for change in historically disadvantaged, township and rural schools in South Africa. It is based on original case study research in 13 schools in Kwa-Zulu ...
Skills development and structural change: possibilities for and limitations of redressing structural racial inequalities in South Africa
Improving structural racial equality for historically-disadvantaged Black South Africans, including low-skilled and unemployed adults and youths, is a pertinent challenge for the South African government during the ongoing ...