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Teacher diversity: ‘We’re not where we should be, but we’re ...

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Teacher diversity: ‘We’re not where we should be, but we’re getting there’

This was the sentiment of most elite schools surveyed by Sunday Times Daily

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The demographics of academic staff at SA’s most expensive private schools are changing, despite some still having predominantly white teachers.

At least 24% of teachers at Hilton College in KwaZulu-Natal, where this year’s fees are R343,155, are now black compared with 9% in June 2017, according to a survey by Sunday Times Daily.

At Michaelhouse, also in KwaZulu-Natal, the percentage of black educators has increased from 10% in June 2017 to 27%, while teachers of colour at Bishops Diocesan College in Cape Town increased from 10% to 26%...

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