Parents must take back SA schools, says school choice proponent Marius Roodt

South African schools face challenges. In a global benchmarking exercise, South Africa placed 75th out of 76 countries on the quality of its schools. Part of the problem is a persistent inequality in resources dating back to apartheid. The corrupt and abusive SADTU must also shoulder part of the blame.

South African schools face challenges. In a global benchmarking exercise, South Africa placed 75th out of 76 countries on the quality of its schools. Part of the problem is a persistent inequality in resources dating back to apartheid. The corrupt and abusive SADTU must also shoulder part of the blame.

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