Eager South African students in poor areas suffer from poor teaching, perhaps a legacy of apartheid

by Celia W. Dugger

KHAYELITSHA, South Africa — Seniors here at Kwamfundo high school sang freedom songs and protested outside the staff room last year because their accounting teacher chronically failed to show up for class. With looming national examinations that would determine whether they were bound for a university or joblessness, they demanded a replacement.

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