Degrading: SA fails its pupils again and again

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Degrading: SA fails its pupils again and again

Amnesty International has released a damning report on, among other things, the state of infrastructure at SA schools

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Lobby group Equal Education (EE) says civil society has “a collective duty” to focus SA’s attention on the dangerous environments pupils and teachers face every day.

EE was reacting to the findings of research conducted by Amnesty International into, among other things, the state of infrastructure and sanitation at SA schools.

Amnesty International released a 120-page report titled “Broken and Unequal: the State of Education in South Africa” on Tuesday night that uncovered numerous examples of schools that have poor infrastructure and that lack basic facilities...

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