Over the past few years the growth of inequalities has emerged as the biggest social challenge of our times. Inequalities are surely rooted in huge economic divisions, which cascade into pervasive social, political and cultural divides. To address these challenges we need to link the best research with innovative teaching and leadership programmes.
New research from the Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice highlights that there is no ‘magic bullet’ or one right way to turn around South Africa’s schools and suggests that focusing on what works across different settings adds to possibilities for improving educational outcomes.
The Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice (GSDPP) provides professional and academic training for senior public officials and those engaged in public policy in South Africa and other African countries. The School promotes the development of strategic public leadership, including a strong emphasis on accountability and trust in governance.
The Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice is currently seeking to appoint a Programme Assistant – MPhil Programme (T1 Conditions)