Is Transition from Secondary to Tertiary Education Less Likely among Black South Africans than their Non-Black Counterparts in the Democratic Dispensation?

It is well known that non-transition from secondary to tertiary education is a common phenomenon globally. A study by Professors Sewdass and Udjo examined the probability of a specified age cohort transiting from secondary to tertiary comparing Black South Africans with other population groups considering environmental and individual factors. The results revealed that the difference in the probability of transition to tertiary education between Whites and Blacks was not statistically significant. A PDF copy of the article can be downloaded by clicking on the link below or copying and pasting the link into your internet browser to download the paper.


Author: Nisha Sewdass, Eric O. Udjo 2021