Milieu deprivation and its implications for education in the Republic of South Africa

Pretorius, Jackie; le Roux, Johann
September 1998
Adolescence;Fall98, Vol. 33 Issue 131, p689
Academic Journal
Discusses the problem of milieu-deprived students in the Republic of South Africa and its implications for educational reform. Characteristics of milieu-deprived social groups; Role of milieu deprivation in poverty; What the task of educating milieu-deprived students may require.


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