Mid Year Evaluation, 2012-2016 Strategy
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The Government in Tanzania has adopted the National Strategy for Inclusive Education as one of her basic mechanisms for providing of quality Education for All (EFA). Inclusive education is an approach that looks into how to transform education systems and other learning environments in order to respond to the diversity of learners. The present study aimed at exploring the learning and participation of visually impaired learners in inclusive schools in Tanzania. Specifically, the study focused on how the learning environment and materials affect children with visual challenges in inclusive schools, teachers’ facilitation of learning for visually impaired learners in inclusive classrooms and examining if Visually Impaired learners are learning required skills at their level of education. The study also looked into performance of Visually Impaired learners in the national examinations and the extent to which Visually Impaired learners socially interact with peers and their teachers; and participate in the teaching and learning process.
President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete (65) is the fourth President of the United Republic of Tanzania who served for ten years between 2005 and 2015. A graduate of economics from the University of Dar es Salaam in 1975, Kikwete has spent his career mostly in politics serving at various capacities both in TANU (Tanganyika African Union) and CCM (Chama cha Mapinduzi-Party for Revolution) parties before working for the central government from 1988 (Nyang’oro, 2011). He became the youngest minister for Finance in 1994 and served as the longest Minister for Foreign Affairs during the entire period of Benjamin Mkapa’s presidency from 1995 to 2005. Kikwete was elected President of the United Republic of Tanzania on 14th December 2005, and he effectively retired on 5th November 2015.
Ripoti hii ni uchambuzi na sera za Tanzania ambazo zinahitaji kufanyiwa marekebisho ili kuboresha utekelezaji wa madai ya kisheria ya kazi ya kupata habari za umma.Kupitia maswala yatafika serikalini kwa wadau muhimu na umma kwa ujumla kwa ajili ya kufanyiwa majadiliano na vitendo vinavyohitajika.
Tanzania is committed to providing basic education for all. In collaboration with various education stakeholders, the government seeks to ensure that all school-aged children attend and complete their primary education successfully. Among others the initiatives include implementation of fee free basic education, curriculum reforms, and teacher training. The implementation of curriculum fee free basic education, for example, has contributed to the massive increase of school-age children enrollment.