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The article include the consideration of development of South African Higher Education System in Apartheid Era (1948-1994). Particular emphasis was placed on reconstructing educational practices and policy that is implemented toward different racial groups in South Africa. An attempt was made at examining the relationship between schooling, segregation processes, discrimination practices and the development of higher education institutions.

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South Africa racism higher education apartheid segregation discriminarion inequality South Africa racism higher education apartheid segregation discriminarion inequality

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Gmerek, T. (2018). Rozwój południowoafrykańskiego szkolnictwa wyższego w systemie apartheidu (1948–1994) – wybrane konteksty. Biuletyn Historii Wychowania, (38), 97–114.


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