The Teacher Demographic Dividend (TDD) project looks at the challenge of replacing older teachers, but it also offers the opportunity to renew the teaching workforce. The project seeks to understand these challenges and possible windows of opportunity created by this unprecedented demographic change.
This project is a collaboration between Stellenbosch University, Theewaterskloof municipality and Western Cape Department of Human Settlements. The aim is to use upward and downward…
This project is linked to the Early Learning Programme (ELP) and uses data from the Readership and Literacy project but is also supplemented by others funded by Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
A portion of this project includes reanalysing WCED CEMIS and Systemic Tests to determine how early learning performance affects progressions, dropout, and matric results. The project is currently in its second year and is funded by the Allan Grey Orbis Foundation Endowment.
Using longitudinal data components and disability statistics, this project aims to investigate school-based assessments. Funds have been received from the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation. The project is currently waiting for data.
Unicef Namibia and the Namibian Ministry of Gender Equity and Child Welfare engaged RESEP to conduct this study. Dr. Chris van Wyk advised and assisted the Ministry with undertaking the survey and then a larger RESEP team analysed the data.