Training As a result of the racial segregation policy, South Africa’s education system in the early 1990s was characterized by very deep gaps. The white minority in the country received a disproportionate share of the education budget and black Africans were severely discriminated against. Almost all of the white children attended primary school, while the corresponding figure for Africans was about 70%. For secondary schools, the proportions were about 90 and 20%, respectively. The quality of teaching also varied greatly….