Browsing Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management by Subject "Education"

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  • Sepuru, Thabo Dominic (2014-02-19)
    Education is regarded universally as a fundamental human right and is recognized officially by many countries including South Africa. South Africa is signatory to a number of United Nations (UN) Conventions relating to ...
  • Caseley, Gavin B. (2011-03-24)
    Higher education publishers increasingly invest in elaborate supplementary digital textbook packages in the competition for textbook adoptions. This supplementary digital content ranges from video demonstrations for ...
  • Taulo, Wongani Grace Nkhoma (2013-10-08)
    The 2008Accra meeting on Aid Effectiveness observed that aid is still fragmenting - that there are too many donors, financing too many projects, using different models. This has negative implications for aid effectiveness ...
  • Buntting, Diane Cheryl Lesley (2011-03-22)
    During the past decade performance management of public service employees has emerged as a major issue in terms of accountability. The purpose of this mixed methods research was to determine educators’ perceptions on ...
  • GALEGO, Paula Cristina Antunes (2011-04-12)
    The Education Labour Relations Council of South Africa passed a resolution regarding the performance management of educators in public schools, namely, the Integrated Quality Management System (ELRC Resolution 3/2003). ...
  • KALI, MTUNASE HARGREAVES (2011-05-05)
    Notwithstanding growth on transfer payments allocated to Section 21 schools over the last five years, the SGBs are riddled with weak controls, financial mismanagement and poor accountability for such resources. The ...
  • Jefferies, Suzanne Fiona Louise (2011-06-22)
    Language, Education and Inclusion: Who’s In and Who’s Out? The South African Language in Education Policy was formulated in response to the inequalities of the Apartheid regime. However, this policy, in respect to mother ...
  • Libago, Ndinannyi Justice (2011-05-05)
    Incidents of school violence are frequently reported in the South African media. Due to these media reports, school violence is increasingly perceived as a major problem in South Africa. It is hard to evaluate media ...
  • Mendes, Hugo (2011-05-17)
    The business model of education – which treats parents as customers – has been adopted in order to perform a detailed study of parents’ preferences within the context of School Effectiveness Research. In t h i s study, ...

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