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Teaching For All – Mainstreaming Inclusive Education in South Africa

This blog was written by Thomas Salmon. Thomas is a doctoral candidate at Rhodes University in South Africa and is involved in the external M&E for Teaching For All based at the Centre For International Teacher Education at Cape Peninsula University of Technology, in Cape Town. For the 2019 UKFIET conference, 17 individuals, including Thomas, […]

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Why we need to politicise education for sustainable development

This blog was written by Peter Sutoris, PhD Candidate and Gates Scholar at the Education Faculty, University of Cambridge. He is the author of Visions of Development (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016) about development ideology in postcolonial India and the film The Undiscovered Country (Alexander Street Press, 2013) about education and development in the […]

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How long does a policy take?

One of my tasks this week was writing a review of further education and training in South Africa as one of the many background papers for the Presidency’s forthcoming twenty year review of progress achieved and challenges ahead. This sparked off a process of reflection about time and policy, not least because I performed the […]

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