Khulisa has partnered with BRIDGE, Tshikululu, and the South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association (SAMEA), on an M&E Education Evaluation Community of Practice (CoP). Khulisa has presented at BRIDGE CoPs in 2019 and 2020, on lessons learned from evaluation failures and lessons learned on data collection and the challenges of data. Khulisa’s Margie Roper facilitates the M&E CoPs.
The July CoP will focus on scenario planning – an M&E methodology that is currently taking center stage as a useful approach during the Covid-19 pandemic. The CoP will showcase some recent applications of this methodology through the Post School Education and Training CLOUD program, established in partnership between JET Education Services and the merSETA.
The CoP will include a practical interactive session that will get CoP members selecting indicators and data sources to monitor scenarios over time.
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In support of its mission, BRIDGE works with a wide range of stakeholders through convening communities of practice and in the context of collaborative projects. BRIDGE was started in 2009 and is a registered non-profit organization. BRIDGE came about because of the realization that a critical part of the problem in education in South Africa is that stakeholders do not sufficiently share, adopt and implement teaching principals that work.