Tag: education

South Africa and Education Reform

Much like the rest of the world, the access to a quality education, especially for low-income families, remains difficult and at time intangible for millions of people. Even in countries like the United States, a person’s zip code and socio-economical status can dictate whether or not their child will receive an education for success or and education for failure. Similar… Read more →

Education in South Africa

Nelson Mandela once said that, “education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.” The first time we are introduced to formal education is when we set foot into primary school. Through the trivial math and reading lessons, these school years are not simply eight-hour days. Rather they are the grounding work of our children’s education.… Read more →