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Early roots of "coloured" poverty : how much can 19th century censuses assist to explain the current situation?
(North-West University, 2013-12)
The coloured population comprises almost 10 per cent of the South African population, earning only a slightly smaller proportion of national income. The average income of this group hides, however, startlingly large ...
Educational outcomes : pathways and performance in South African high schools
(Academy of Science of South Africa, 2012-03-14)
We analysed the pathways and performances in mathematics of high (secondary) school students in South Africa using a panel-like data set of Grade 8 students who participated in the 2002 Trends in International Mathematics ...
Continuous assessment and matriculation examination marks – an empirical examination
(AOSIS Publishing, 2016)
This study analyses information and feedback from matriculation level continuous assessment in the South African education system. Continuous assessment (CASS) at the time carried a 25% weight in the final matriculation ...
Counting the cost : COVID-19 school closures in South Africa and its impact on children
Background: When the new coronavirus rapidly spread across the globe, the impact of the virus on children was still unclear, and closing schools seemed the responsible thing to do. But much has been learnt since about ...