Finding heroes and hope in South Africa’s education system

Teachers who sew together the fabric of our society sow the seeds of a more prosperous nation at the same time.  However, the picture of education in South Africa as it is unfolding on school grounds and classrooms across the country, is complex, messy and often not easy to witness. 

 What should give us hope for the potential of our children? 

This article by David Harrison is an excerpt from the first issue of our new biannual publication called The Human Factor, entitled, “Do teachers in South Africa make the grade?”, which looks at South Africa’s education system from the perspective of teachers.
 

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