Financial management in education in South Africa 1/e

Rooyen, J van


The priority that is given to providing quality education through a system of public schools in South Africa is manifest in both government spending and the right to education as enshrined in the Constitution. Addresses the growing concern about the quality of the output of the South African education system and the insistence on accountability regarding the return on investment in education. Leads critical discussions on different dimensions to and perspectives on issues related to the funding of education. Focuses on the concurrent obligations of creating infrastructure and providing quality education to every learner in the public school system. Introduces entrepreneurship as an answer to the imperative of Section 36 of the South African Schools Act.

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