As in the case of many state-run institutions in South Africa, education is under enormous pressure. The state is increasingly trying to expand its power over schools and trying to take control of all decision-making by taking it away from the community.
The Solidarity Movement believes that to blithely leave the future of our children in the hands of the state will have far-reaching consequences.
Three institutions of the Solidarity Movement are actively involved in the education sphere in order to ensure that the crisis in education is effectively addressed.
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