Education has always been a key focal point of the struggle for democracy in South Africa. In 1989, only 42 percent of African high school seniors in South Africa passed their final examinations. This reflects the gross inequity in the educational system and the fundamental bias of the country's testing programs. In the period of change characterized by the release of Nelson Mandela, education is likely to continue to be a center of struggle. What will be the shape of post-apartheid education? What vision will the students, teachers, and parents bring to the educational arena as the struggle for a new South Africa represents a comprehensive effort by nineteen contributors to look at all aspects of schooling in South Africa, exposing the injustice of the system and proposing paths for new ways of learning and teaching.
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