South African officials work to fix "dysfunctional" schools

01/4/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

South African officials say their struggling schools are suffering from a systemic failure, and that resources need to be spent more wisely to better serve students. Student achievement in the final year of school has declined, and officials say the country's black students still lag behind their white peers.

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