South African Poor’s Education Struggle

by Justin Pearce

South African schools in poor areas lack basics.

Lucia Sikhakhane, 17, regards her school – Bophasenatla Secondary – as one of the best schools in Soweto.
students peeping from broken windows Schools in poor suburbs lack proper facilities “The education is offered is good, even though we lack materials. The teachers teach well.”

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