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THEME: TEACHER DEMAND AND SUPPLY

Written By: Joint Education Trust
Published: 12/1/2016

This document is a summary of the policy implications of an Implementation Evaluation of the Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme (FLBP) undertaken by JET Education Services covering the period 2007 to 2012. Reference is made to the Full and Summary Reports where the full set of recommendations are detailed. 

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Written By: Joint Education Trust
Published: 12/1/2016

This is an Evaluation Report on implementation evaluation of the Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme (FLBP) established in 2007 with the goal of attracting greater numbers of students into Initial Teacher Education (ITE) programmes in South African universities.

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Written By: Department of Basic Education
Published: 5/1/2018

This short report provides provincial and national values relating to one of the Action Plan indicators, namely indicator 14, which reads as follows: The number of qualified teachers, aged 30 and below, entering the public service as teachers for the first time during the past year. The current report describes to some extent the methodology used to obtain the statistics, though more details in this regard are provided in two earlier reports of this kind, produced in 2009 and 2015 . The current report uses data going up to 2017.

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Written By: United Nations Children's Fund
Published: 7/1/2010

There is a commitment in South Africa to improve the quality of education. One way to achieve this is to ensure that "teachers and children are in school and class". This research was commissioned by the Department of Education to investigate the extent, patterns, reasons, recording, and administration and management of educator leave in South African ordinary public schools. To address these questions, this study included a review of the policy and literature related to educator leave; an analysis of PERSAL and the 2008 Department of Education commissioned 4% audit of ordinary schools data and a visit to 50 schools and supervising offices around the country to collect data.

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Written By: Department of Basic Education
Published: 3/1/2015

This short report explains the derivation of provincial and national values for one of the Action Plan indicators, namely indicator 14, which reads as follows: The number of qualified teachers, aged 30 and below, entering the public service as teachers for the first time during the past year. This report provides a guide for the methodology of future derivations of values for this indicator, plus a source for national and provincial publications. In some ways, this report updates a part of an earlier report titled ‘Teacher supply patterns in the payroll data’, dated 3 March 2009. The current report looks very similar to a report with the same title as this one, but dated 20 February 2014. That report used data from the years 2004 to 2012 (to a limited extent to 2013), whilst this one uses data from 2004 to 2014, in other words for two additional years.

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