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This is not such a problem for these teachers because in most cases they are conversant in all the languages spoken in their areas. The multilingualism has just always been suppressed in these classrooms while English and Afrikaans, the European-based languages, were promoted. Teachers now have been enabled by the new language policies to look at multilingualism in their classrooms as an asset. There are no figures indicating how many students in each racial/ethnic group attended schools dominated by different racial/ethnic groups.
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The recognized qualifying pass for university in South Africa is a matriculation exemption (M), awarded with a range of grades. The student teacher then follows a science, arts or commerce programme for four years, after which she/ he may graduate with a Bachelor's degree in education. 32 TEACHERS AND TEACHING In the former education departments for African students a school-leaving certificate (S) after Std 10 was recognized as a pass even with grades ranging from E to F. A person who obtained such a pass could apply to a college of education, nursing college (in a hospital), technikon, or for clerical positions.