Educational Challenges and Potential in South Africa after Apartheid
A discussion led by Educator Mark Boobbyer, Director of Tiger Kloof School in South Africa
Presented by the Black Studies Department
Thursday, October 10
5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
La Casa Latina
Smith Memorial Student Union 229
Portland State University
Tiger Kloof is a Mission school serving students in the rural community around Vryburg in the Northwest of South Africa. The school closed during the apartheid years because it refused to abide by the government's edict that schools refrain from teaching academic subjects to black students. It reopened in 1995 after the end of apartheid and continues to face many challenges.
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