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Building citizenship in fragmented societies: The challenges of deracialising and integrating schools in post-Apartheid South Africa

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Soon after the collapse of Apartheid, the new government in South Africa set about restructuring the educational system, which was previously segregated by race, class and language. This paper argues that the deracialisation and integration of schools in South Africa has been difficult to achieve and as a process, uneven in different parts of the country and in types of schools. The paper reports on a study conducted in the Limpopo province of South Africa (formerly, Northern Transvaal), whic...

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Journal:
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Volume:
27
Issue:
3
Pages:
306-317
Publication date:
2007-05-05
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ISSN:
0738-0593
URN:
uuid:6d081966-375a-4430-9037-8c593dc306de
Source identifiers:
286698
Local pid:
pubs:286698
Language:
English

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