Aslam Fataar
Aslam Fataar
Distinguished Professor, Sociology of Education, Stellenbosch University
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Education after apartheid: South African education in transition
P Kallaway, G Kruss, A Fataar, G Donne
Juta Academic, 1997
Access to schooling in a post-apartheid South Africa: Linking concepts to context
A Fataar
International review of education 43 (4), 331-348, 1997
Policy networks in recalibrated political terrain: The case of school curriculum policy and politics in South Africa
A Fataar
Journal of Education Policy 21 (6), 641-659, 2006
Educational renovation in a South African ‘township on the move’: A social–spatial analysis
A Fataar
International Journal of Educational Development 27 (6), 599-612, 2007
Higher education policy discourse in South Africa: a struggle for alignment with macro development policy: perspectives on higher education
A Fataar
South African Journal of Higher Education 17 (2), 31-39, 2003
Can social realism do social justice? Debating the warrants for curriculum knowledge selection
L Zipin, A Fataar, M Brennan
Education as Change 19 (2), 9-36, 2015
Schooling subjectivities across the post-apartheid city
A Fataar
Africa education review 6 (1), 1-18, 2009
Pedagogical justice and student engagement in South African schooling: Working with the cultural capital of disadvantaged students
A Fataar
Perspectives in Education 30 (4), 52-75, 2012
A conceptual exploration of values education in the context of schooling in South Africa
I Solomons, A Fataar
South African journal of education 31 (2), 2011
Youth self-formation and the'capacity to aspire': the itinerant'schooled'career of Fuzile Ali across post-apartheid space
A Fataar
Perspectives in Education 28 (3), 34-45, 2010
Engaging schooling subjectivities across post-apartheid urban spaces
A Fataar
African SUN Media, 2015
Education Policy Development in South Africa's Democratic Transition, 1994-1997
A Fataar
Sun Media, 2010
Conceptualising the setting up of a professional learning community for teachers' pedagogical learning
J Feldman, A Fataar
South African Journal of Higher Education 28 (5), 1525-1540, 2014
Discourse, differentiation, and agency: Muslim community schools in postapartheid Cape Town
A Fataar
Comparative Education Review 49 (1), 23-43, 2005
Schooling, youth adaptation and translocal citizenship across the post apartheid city
A Fataar
Journal of Education 42 (1), 9-32, 2007
Engaging the narrowing education policy trajectory in South Africa
A Fataar
Southern African Review of Education with Education with Production 6 (1), 19-30, 2000
Reimagining the new pedagogical possibilities for universities post-Covid-19: An EPAT Collective Project
MA Peters, F Rizvi, G McCulloch, P Gibbs, R Gorur, M Hong, Y Hwang, ...
Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1-44, 2020
Supervised sparse and functional principal component analysis
G Li, H Shen, JZ Huang
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 25 (3), 859-878, 2016
Neoliberal governmentality, schooling and the city: conceptual and empirical notes on and from the Global South
KN Gulson, A Fataar
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 32 (2), 269-283, 2011
The culture of learning and teaching: Teachers and moral agency in the reconstruction of schooling in South Africa
A Fataar, ANM Paterson
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