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Education as Change
Neville Alexander has had a profound impact on the way we think about language education and language policy in South Africa. His views on the harmonisation of African languages, mother-tongue education, the position of English and the importance of literacy have shaped academic and policy debates since the early 1990s. Visionaries are able to combine insight with foresight and so imagine a different way forward. In this way they change what Roger Simon describes as the 'horizon ofdoi:10.1080/16823206.2013.803661 fatcat:cnjvvrblqzeufjlqqpxzl6qr7e