Conferences and Workshops

RESEP either hosts or is in some way or another involved in numerous workshops, conferences and events throughout a given year. Top international and local researchers, policymakers and stakeholders are often invited to share research, experience and thoughts raging a wide variety of topics.

Conferences and Workshops

Quantitative Education Research Conference again a huge success

On 12 and 13 September, RESEP held its fifth Quantitative Education Research Conference at the Stias Conference Centre in Stellenbosch. As in past years, it was attended by about 100 researchers, senior policymakers and stakeholders from all over South Africa. Funding was provided by the Zenex Foundation, the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation and RESEP itself. The conference was preceded by a smaller workshop on 11 September for emerging researchers in education.

Highlights from RESEP’s Early Learning Workshop (4 to 5 July 2019)

RESEP hosted a two-day workshop at STIAS from 4 to 5 July 2019, with participation from key academics and policymakers engaged in early learning research or implementation of improvement programmes. The topics covered include early childhood development and related programmes to improve the quality of grade R and ECD service delivery, assessment of children before they reach school-going age, reading trajectories in early grades and programmes to improve reading outcomes in school.

July 9, 2019 By: Gabrielle Wills PDF

RISE-RESEP Workshop

RESEP hosted researchers from Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) for the Africa RISE–RESEP Conference on Education Research at Stellenbosch University. Over the two day conference, members from the RISE Ethiopia and Tanzania Country Research Teams (CRT) joined researchers from RESEP, as well as other key researchers working on quantitative research on education in Africa.

March 1, 2018 By: RESEP Team PDF

Quantitative Applications in Education Research Conference

On the 19th and 20th of September this year, RESEP hosted the “Conference on Quantitative Applications in Education” at STIAS. The conference was attended by 85 participants from government, academia and civil society, with a keynote address by the Minister of Basic Education Ms Angie Motshekga STIAS, Stellenbosch 19 & 20 September 2016

On the 19th and 20th of September this year, RESEP hosted the “Conference on Quantitative Applications in Education” at STIAS. The conference was attended by…

September 21, 2016 By: RESEP PDF