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Southern African Review of Education (SARE) incorporating Education with Production  (EWP) is a peer-reviewed journal providing a forum for the critical discussion of education in the southern African region from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, and for the dissemination of current research and reflections on education. It has a broad, cross-disciplinary audience of scholars, researchers and practitioners in the field of education.

SARE Southern African Review of Education

Our Mission

The mission of the journal is to bring together contributions from and initiate dialogue among contributors whose approaches provide a critical examination of education and development and range across ethnographic inquiry, survey research, philosophical reflection and historical investigation.

Established in 1995

The journal was established by members of the Southern African Comparative and History of Education Society (SACHES) in 1995 and was initially edited by colleagues at the University of the Western Cape. Its founders saw the need for a journal that would transcend the boundaries of the countries from which its members came and which would provide an opportunity for scholarship that would locate itself, simultaneously, in national, regional and global contexts.

In 1996 it formed a partnership with Education with Production, the official journal of the Foundation for Education with Production. EWP, in its eleven years of existence, became an important international outlet for research and comment on innovative work-related educational initiatives around the world.

Together SARE and EWP constitute a distinctive voice in the family of education journals locally and internationally.

Recognition

During the editorship of Sheldon Weeks, of the University of Botswana, the ground was laid for SARE’s further advance. It was recognised as an authoritative journal in its field by the South African Department of Education, and at the same time strengthened its all-Africa authorship and readership.

Editors

The current editor-in-chief is Azeem Badroodien, assisted by an editorial collective of Peter Kallaway,  Crain Soudien (University of Cape Town), Seán Morrow (University of Fort Hare) and Mark Mason. (Hong Kong Institute of Education)

SARE has no institutional location, and is managed by email.
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