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    • Leading and managing diverse schools in South Africa 

      Van Vuuren, Herman; Van der Westhuizen, Philip C.; Van der Walt, J.L. (Business Perspectives, 2016)
      All school populations are diverse in many ways. The diversity in South African schools has been compounded since 1994 with the migration of Black learners to former "white" schools. Some schools and their principals have ...
    • The management of diversity in schools - a balancing act 

      Van Vuuren, Herman J.; Van der Westhuizen, Philip C.; Van der Walt, J.L. (Elsevier, 2012)
      The authors contend that diversity and its counter-pole universality as such cannot be managed in the normal sense of the word. What can be managed though is the balance between these two poles. Over-emphasis of the one ...
    • Moving towards understanding one an-other: Cornelia Roux on religion, culture and human rights 

      Becker, Josephine Annie; De Wet, Anna-Magrieta; Parker, Glynis (Association for the study of religion in South Africa (ASRSA), 2014)
      Professor Roux is a pioneer in the field of interreligious, intercultural and human rights education. This article will focus on her contribution to understanding diversity in humankind and to enhancing inclusivity. An ...
    • Moving towards understanding one an-other: Cornelia Roux on religion, culture and human rights 

      Becker, Anne; De Wet, Anna-Magrieta; Parker, Glynis (Association for the Study of Religion in Southern Africa (ASRSA), 2014)
      Professor Roux is a pioneer in the field of interreligious, intercultural and human rights education. This article will focus on her contribution to understanding diversity in humankind and to enhancing inclusivity. An ...
    • Peer aggression by secondary school learners in a South African school setting: effects of race, ethnicity and gender 

      Botha, Johan; Myburgh, Chris; Poggenpoel, Marie (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
      This study reports the experience of aggression by secondary school learners attending a South African school. There were 14 participants ranging in age from 16 to 19 years (Gender: 6 young women and 8 young men; Ethnicity: ...