Poor Performance Report 2019

Poor Performance Report 2019

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.

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