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Environmental Health and Waste in the Community: developing an environmental justice curriculum

This work emerges out of the proposal for the establishment of Community Colleges in the 2014 White Paper for Post-school Education and Training. The idea of establishing a third tier of post-school education focusing on adults and youth not-in-edu-cation and training is the result of a critical analysis of the current state of education. In 2011 of the more than 31 million adults older than 20 years, 7.9 million have no secondary education and a further 10.5 million have incomplete secondary education.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND WASTE IN COMMUNITY1.47 MB

OrganisationCentre for Integrated Post-School Education and Training (CIPSET) Nelson Mandela University (NMU)

AuthorCommunity Education Programme 2017 Centre for Integrated Post-School Education and Training (CIPSET) Nelson Mandela University (NMU)

TopicBuilding Community Education Programmes

RegionSouthern Africa

SectorAcademia

TypeTeaching and learning material

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