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 LONG-TERM EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS OF COVID-19

Professor Jonathan Jansen, Distinguished Professor, Stellenbosch University

The immediate effects of the pandemic on education seem crystal clear. Significant learner dropout rates. Teacher death, illness and resignation. And the trimming of curricula to fit a shortened academic year. But what are the likely long-term effects on learning? What will already existing inequalities look like in a post-pandemic South Africa? This lecture will present the latest global and national data on Covid-19 and learning achievements and outline the implications for educational policy, planning and practice.

 

Recommended reading

Jansen, J.D. 2019. Data or Bread? A policy analysis of student experiences under lockdown
https://journals.co.za/doi/pdf/10.10520/ejc-sare-v26-n1-a11

Shepherd, D. and Moholowane, N. 2021. COVID-19 in education: More than a year of disruption
https://cramsurvey.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/11.-Shepherd-D-_-Mohohlwane-N.-2021.-Changes-in-education-A-reflection-on-COVID-19-effects-over-a-year.pdf

Spaull, N. and van der Berg, S. 2020. Counting the cost: COVID-19 school closures and its impact on children https://sajce.co.za/index.php/sajce/article/view/924

 

ONLINE: https://www.webtickets.co.za/v2/performance.aspx?itemid=1509144796

IN-PERSON: https://www.webtickets.co.za/v2/performance.aspx?itemid=1509149589

 

DATE: Thursday 27 January
TIME: 9.15 am
COURSE FEES: R75 (online)/R110 (in person)
PLATFORM: MS TEAMS