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Dear School of Education students,
Following on from our invitation to attend a School of Education meeting this afternoon at 4pm, we regret to say that campus has now been closed. We will re-schedule this afternoon's meeting to tomorrow or Friday, and will let you know about a venue as soon as possible.
Education at UCT enjoys international regard. QS World University Rankings by Subject (2014) gave it the highest South African ranking of the 30 subjects rated – 32nd in the world (rating up from 70.8 to 72.1). The School is also one of the ten members of the International Alliance of Leading Education Institutes.
At a second PhD research event, doctoral students presented both their proposals and work-in-progress in an intellectually stimulating and safe environment. These events, which started this year, are aimed at creating a supportive research community and to foster new debates in education research.
Dr. Eddie Muthivhi delivered a Fulbright Guest Lecture during the 2014 International Education Week at Teachers’ College, Columbia University in November 2014.
The School of Education is a largely post-graduate interdisciplinary department in the Faculty of Humanities with research activity across a number of important fields. The School is committed to both initial teacher education and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is also committed to research and postgraduate studies in teacher education.
The School of Education 1976 to 1994. Charles Dorn, a Fulbright Scholar (2012-2013) in the School of Education, has published an article on the School during this period: ‘It was a sort of soft war that one waged’: Teacher education at the University of Cape Town, 1976-1994.
Welcome to the School of Education. Associate Professor Linda Cooper, Drs Jeanne Gamble and Salma Ismail, Ms June Saldanha and Mr Tony Sardien (formerly on the staff of HAESDU in the Centre for Higher Education Development) and Associate Professor Dick Ng'ambi (formerly in CET in the Centre for Higher Education Development) have joined the School of Education, we are very pleased to announce