An alum returns to his South African school

07/3/2006 | San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle writer Louis Freedberg recently visited South African College School, an all-boys public school founded in 1829 in the outskirts of Cape Town. While students of color now make up about 30% of the student body of this previously all-white school, Freedberg questions whether his alma mater is admitting black students quickly enough.

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