Tanzanian Govt To Hold National Debate On Education

The government is planning to organize a debate with stakeholders in education on ways to improve the sector. The Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training ministry, says the sector is facing many setbacks, including the shortage of science teachers. Nearly all public primary and secondary schools throughout the country lack the necessary facilities such as equipped laboratories and libraries.



School children. (file photo).

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