JET's report on the Implementation Evaluation of the Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme has been accepted by Cabinet.
JET's Kedibone Boka participates in discussion on SAFM in light of student action to close colleges.
"Meaningful and Effective Mathematics Teaching and Learning: In Search of the ‘South African Pedagogical Identity". Led by the Ministry of Basic Education, nearly 100 maths educators from the Department of Basic Education, Provincial Education Departments, universities, NGOs and publishers gathered at Sol Plaatjie House for three days to discuss solutions to the problem of poor performance in mathematics in the school system. The Minister and Deputy Minister both attended throughout.
JET contributes to the First UNEVOC TVET Leadership Programme held in Bonn, Germany, from 17 to 28 October, 2016.
JET wishes all our local, regional and international partners a blessed and enjoyable festive season.
The JET offices will be closed from 22 December 2016 until 3 January 2017. We look forward to working with you in 2017 as we build on 25 years of “transformation through knowledge”.
An NGO steering committee is to be set up following recommendations from the NGO Leadership Summit. Dr James Keevy, CEO of JET is to lead the process.
JET appointed as management body of new multiyear DHET initiative to improve primary teacher education
Dr Whitty Green, Chief Director, Teaching and Learning Development, Department of Higher Education and Training, announces the appointment of JET as management body of a new multiyear DHET initiative to improve primary teacher education.
Can we trust the results of comparative tests?
JET recently participated in a virtual conference that focused on the return on investment in TVET.
New book on Technical and Vocational Education and Training colleges in South Africa launched at the JET Annual Meeting
Reflections on JET's work in 2015 and launch of the book Change management in TVET colleges: Lessons learnt from the field of practice
Initial Teacher Education Research Project (ITERP): articles published in new issue of Perspectives in Education
Two articles in the latest issue of the journal "Perspectives in Education" reflect research from the ITERP
Evaluation of SANTS Private Higher Education Institution’s Bachelor of Education Programmes Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Component: Final Evaluation Report.
Keynote address at the launch of RESEP reports, May 2016.
This paper by Eleanor Hazell and Hazel Mugo of JET and Carmel Marock was selected as one of the best papers presented at the 5th Biennial South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association (SAMEA) Conference
JET condemns the current violence and disruption of schools in Vuwani in the strongest possible terms and calls on the community to uphold the rights of learners to education
Article by James Keevy and Coleen Jaftha published in the SAQA Bulletin
Nick Taylor and Thabo Mabogoane, guest editors
Written by James Keevy and Borhene Chakroun, this book reports on the findings of a UNESCO global study on the use of level descriptors in the twenty-first century.
Let's keep in mind that improved quality of education for all South Africans is our most important goal.
Our offices will close on the 23rd December and reopen on 4th January 2016. May 2016 be a year wherein we come closer to realising our vision of quality education for all.
JET Education Services wishes all its partners and clients a blessed festive season and an inspiring 2016.
Extract from a paper produced by Neissan Besharati of CLEAR for the Overseas Development Institute, UK.
Article based on research undertaken for the Initial Teacher Education Research Project just published.
JET Education Services was appointed to manage the Colleges Improvement Project (CIP), a project initiated by the Department of Higher Education and Training in 2011 to improve the capacity, functionality and performance of eight technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges in the Eastern Cape and seven in Limpopo. This bulletin gives an overview of the project and describes two important interventions.
Annual Meeting at The Education Hub
We are happy to announce that our move went smoothly and all our systems are operational.
This article by Kedibone Boka, Executive manager of JET's Youth and Community Development Division and Benita Reddi of the Monitoring and Evaluation Division appeared in the third edition of the DHET's “Research Bulletin on Post-School Education and Training”