UCT's Bertha Centre launches first journal reviewing innovators in SA education
The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation, a specialised unit at the UCT’s Graduate School of Business (GSB), will today launch the first South African Education Innovator’s Review.
The initiative is a part of the ongoing efforts to develop novel methods to improve the quality and the outcomes of the country's educational system.
The a publication will be available free on their website and will aim to focus on the seven following areas:
- Early Childhood and Development
- Literacy and numeracy
- Maths and science
- Pathways to employment
- Teacher development
- School leadership and infrastructure
- Closing the gap between communities and schools
Louise Albertyn, the Centre's Project Co-ordinator for Education Innovations, says that the journal will celebrate and share the positive lessons that could transform the education sector.
To learn more, visit the Graduate School of Business website.
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