Monthly Archives: May 2015

Improving Retention Rates in South Africa’s Basic Education System (Podcast)

Policy perspectives on improving retention rates in our education system. http://www.inkulufreeheid.org/ Advertisements

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Bush School of Government Graduation Speech 2013

George Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University Class of 2013 Graduation Speech. See Warren’s Bush School of Government Profile here.

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International Perspectives on Multicultural Education

Samuel Fenyane and Warren Chalklen share their insights into multicultural education globally.

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From roots to leaves: Future leadership in South Africa

South African freedom fighters in the period between 1600 to the present focused on total liberation and self-determination in the face of relentless colonial oppression. Their efforts began not only a philosophical foundation of leadership for equity in South Africa, … Continue reading

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April 2015 in South Africa

Chapter 1: Azania House It came down on the 9th of April 2015. A wrought, red iron crane wrapped around its arrogant body and lifted it from its mantelpiece. The singing crowd elevated as phones were lifted to capture the … Continue reading

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