Equal access to quality education forms a central principle in the South African Constitution. After South Africa’s first democratic elections in 1994, the prevailing situation in many under‐resourced schools was a lack of access to quality education. We outline six ethical issues in the decision to use radio to advance access and educational development, including working at scale with large numbers of teachers, learners and schools and managing donor requirements for evaluation while using available funding for the greatest effect upon the greatest number of learners.

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