Blogs

Early learning: a personal perspective

National Science Week: in search of a bridge between science and public 

The public understanding of science in South Africa: reaching out to the next generation of scientists 

Differential pathways of South African students through higher education: the influence of socioeconomic status 

Using technology as a successful teaching tool: reflections from a school intervention 

Calculating achievement 

Some reflections on rural education in South Africa

Wisdom from the East: The rise of Asian after-school learning programmes in South Africa 

Fieldwork reflections – from a TIMSS quality assurance visit 

Desperate to be digital

Are your children safe at school?

An education on education 

 

Op Eds

How young children make their world mathematical (with the help of language) 

Learning through a second language

The place of translanguaging in multilingual education and assessment

Quality Early Childcare as a Tool to Overcome Poverty

The Story of Assessments in South Africa

Large scale assessments: opportunities and challenges for South Africa

The role of Post School Education and Training institutions in predicting labour market outcomes

You need matric mathematics to access artisanal work 

The importance of indigenous knowledge systems and ethnomathematics

Mathematics teachers in South Africa: Getting the recipe right 

Class over race: new barriers to social inclusion 

Poor, relatively speaking

What lessons can South Africa learn from the global free education movement?

Matric: Better or worse?

An experiment in streaming: Haunted by our history

The success of failure: What progressed learners reveal about our education system