Tanzania aims to reach middle income status by 2025. Since the country's economic growth will increasingly require workforce with postsecondary training and skills, the education system needs to close systemic gaps and inefficiencies at the root of its current undeperformance.As part of this survey, learning outcomes were measured by student scores on a mathematics and language test. ... Results of the Grade 4 student test are presented in table 5.13. ... due to the fact that teaching takes place in French from Grade 1 onward in Senegal, whereas English is only introduced as the medium of instruction in Grade 3 in Tanzania. ... Delinquent public sector borrowers, Delinquent private sector borrowers, 5, 706 (10%) Preparing the Next Generation in Tanzaniaanbsp;...
|Title||:||Preparing the Next Generation in Tanzania|
|Author||:||Arun R. Joshi, Isis Gaddis|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 2015-06-19|