Browsing Magister Educationis - MEd (Comparative Education) by Subject "Cape Town"
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Access to higher education: to break the vicious cycle of working class schools producing working class citizens (University of the Western Cape, 2007)This study investigated why learners from low socio-economic communities such as Delft, a township in the Cape Flats, fail to achieve matriculation exemption and do not meet the criteria for tertiary education admission. ...
(University of the Western Cape, 2006)This research report investigated the impact of the decrease in numbers of learners at a working class high school in Cape Town. The decrease is a consequence of the early school leaving and learner migration.