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Unmasking the state of basic education in South Africa
(José Frantz, 2021)
The Covid-19 lockdown period laid bare the fibre of South African society: poverty, homelessness, welfare dependence, domestic violence, police and military brutality, healthcare and hunger are all suddenly under national ...
A capability analysis on the implementation of the school progression policy and its impact on learner performance
(Wayne Hugo, 2016)
This paper focuses on the extent and consequences of learner progression in the form of ‘automatic promotion’ or grade promotion for reasons other than academic achievement, as propagated by the existing School Progression ...
Principals’ views on the implementation of the no-fee policy through the lens of capability theory
(Education Association of South Africa, 2020)
The purpose of the study reported on here was to investigate the implementation of the no-fee schools policy in quintile 1 schools in the Frances Baard district of the Northern Cape province. The South African schooling ...
The Namibian inclusive education policy’s responseto gender nonconforming learners
The provision of education to children is a human right that most countries including Namibia are trying to achieve. Hence, through educational inclusion, educators strive for removal of barriers within education systems ...