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The youth unemployment crisis
Maureen
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Aug 23, 2017

JET attended and participated in the Centre for Development and Enterprise's event at which a new series of reports on South Africa's crisis of youth unemployment was launched.

Implementation Evaluation of the National School Nutrition Programme
Maureen
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Jul 01, 2017

The National School Nutrition Programme (NSNP) aims to improve the health and nutritional status of the poorest learners in South Africa. Its main objective is to enhance learning by providing a nutritious meal on time daily. The programme is of great strategic importance: it involves a large financial commitment from government (R5.3 billion), and reaches over 9 million learners. Given this, an implementation evaluation was commissioned by the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, in collaboration with the Department of Basic Education (DBE) and was conducted by JET Education Services.

Dare 2 Dream ICT Centre for 3-16 Year Olds
Maureen
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Jun 13, 2017

JET is using the Global Giving platform to raise funds for building an ICT Centre in a farmhouse for people in the isolated rural community of Geluksburg in KwaZulu-Natal in support of the Dare to Dream (D2D) Programme, an integrated childhood to young adulthood educational programme.

Nick Taylor reports on the Mathematics Indaba, 12-14 December 2016:
Maureen
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Jan 08, 2017

"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.

Implementation Evaluation of the Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme (FLBP)
Maureen
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Jan 01, 2017

The FLBP was established in 2007 with the goal of attracting greater numbers of students into initial teacher education (ITE) programmes in South African universities. High-achieving students are given generous full-cost bursaries to undertake ITE programmes in priority education phases and subject areas to address both supply and quality issues in the education system. In return, recipients of the bursary are expected to teach in public schools for a period equal to the number of years they have received funding.

 
   
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