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The Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa is the largest and oldest membership organization for private schools in the region. ISASA servers over 850 member schools across a broad range of socio-economic and cultural communities. Our member schools educate more than 200 000 pupils.

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The IEB is an independent assessment body offering a range of certified assessments, benchmarked assessments and training.

We are accredited by Umalusi for school and adult assessments, the QCTO for the Foundational Learning Competence and the ETDP SETA for training courses in assessment practices.

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The Anglican Board of Education in Southern Africa (ABESA) is an initiative that seeks to enable the provision of excellent, accessible and Christian education, primarily focused on the poor and previously disadvantaged communities. Central to this vision is a fundamental belief that every child deserves and should be able to obtain excellent education, in their own community and within walking distance.

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Lessons in Conservation

Educating young children and exposing them to conservation will lead to a generation that grows up to love and accept conservation and the natural world by creating a connection between wildlife and people. Thus, this will create young ambassadors who will defend their heritage long into the future.

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The Office of Independent Schools Evaluations Southern Africa. A quality assurance process that ensures schools conduct an in-depth evaluation, guided by standards and indicators based on international evaluation bodies, in order to strengthen the school’s educational programme.

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The Council for Quality Assurance in general and Further Education and Training, responsible for setting and monitoring the educational standard of schools in South Africa.

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Thinking Schools South Africa

TSSA is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to advancing the teaching and learning of cognitive education in Southern Africa and beyond.

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