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Gender and minority issues in planning literacy education in Botswana
(Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, 2005)
This empirical paper demonstrates that in spite of being a multiethnic society, literacy education in Botswana has ignored gender and cultural diversity. It demonstrates how planners endorsed a technocratic view of planning, ...
English language and gender influences on the prediction of junior certificate perfomance among students in Botswana
(African Educational Research Network. http://www.ncsu.edu, 2008-06)
The poor and deteriorating overall performance in Botswana junior school certificate (JSC) examination is a problem that tends to defeat all efforts at finding a solution to it. Language has been found to be a powerful ...
Towards equity in assessment: crafting gender-fair assessment
(Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, 2000-03-01)
This article explores definitions of achievement and their relationship to gender-fair assessment. A framework to discuss achievement is drawn from the affinities of standpoint theory and post-structural theories' emphasis ...