Education is one of the most important foundations in life. It is the pillar of any democratic country that seeks to develop human capital and provide opportunities for all. It does not only make people more confident about themselves and their abilities, it also opens the door to opportunities otherwise not available and makes people more aware of the world around them. With better information access available in rural areas now, many parents are aware of the need and importance for their children to receive quality education. Lack of access to education, however, still inhibits many parents’ dreams of providing quality education for their children.
Isaiah Mmatipe Sefoka
Isaiah Mmatipe Sefoka is an admitted Attorney of the High Court of South Africa and he is currently practicing as such. He holds an LLB decree and an LLM (Development and Management Law) from the University of Limpopo. He is currently a law lecturer at the school of law, University of Limpopo, Turfloop, South Africa.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Rural Education, Rural South Africa, universal access, quality education
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