The History of Education Under Apartheid, 1948-1994: The Doors of Learning and Culture Shall be Opened

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Peter Kallaway
Pearson South Africa, 2002 - Blacks - 399 pages
 

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Contents

SHIFTS AND CONTINUITIES IN SOUTH
11
IDENTITIES AND INSTITUTIONS
24
State Formation and the Origins of Bantu Education
39
Architect of Apartheid Education
53
Discursive Shifts and Structural Continuities in South African
74
Continuity and Change in Education Policy Research
94
APARTHEID EDUCATION POPULAR
109
The Influence of Paulo Freires Pedagogy of Knowing on
134
Learning and Working Inside Bantu
224
South African Women Teachers
243
A View from Below Education Tradition
259
Schooling Initiation and Domestic
270
The Educational Philosophy of
288
The Experience
304
Teacher Ideology and Practice in
325
Looking at Apartheid School Spaces
337

Zingisa Educational Project
145
the African National Congresss Solomon Mahlangu
155
From Peoples Power to Tirisano
174
BIOGRAPHIES AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
195
Teachers Responses to the Introduction of Apartheid Education
211
Bibliography
357
EDUBASEBibliography Project on South African Black Education
381
Index
389
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