Education

Pupils, teachers warned over any Exams’ cheatings

The Deputy Minister for the Prime Minister’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government, Aggrey Mwanri has said all teachers, pupils and parents who will engage themselves in fraud actions will face heavy punishment. Deputy Minister, Mwanri said Tanzanian education has been dropping because of some teachers and invigilators who give answers to pupils. “This habit has been costing the government, ...

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Govt faulted on STD Seven Exams Format

As one day has remained for Tanzanian Standard Seven pupils to sit for their Primary School final exams, different stakeholders have faulted the Standard Seven Examinations format that does not improve pupils’ talents and thinking capacity. Speaking to Mlimani TV in Dar es Salaam different Primary School teachers have said the system of using Multiple-choice questions even in mathematics is ...

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Deputy Minister warns all STD 7 Exams’ invigilators

Deputy Minister for Education and Vocational Training, Philipo Augustino Mulugo has warned all invigilators of 2012 Standard Seven National examinations that the government will take tough actions against all who will participate in fraud actions. Speaking to media in Dar es Salaam today, Mulugo said the government will not accept any cheatings in Examinations because they lead into falling of ...

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African Barrick Gold supports Tarime Primary Schools

Different educational stakeholders are still making sure Tanzanian children study in encouraging environment through supporting fulfillment of various needs. African Barrick Gold (ABG) Company owning North Mara Gold Mine has decided to provide 1000 desks to 10 different Primary Schools in Tarime district helping more than 5, 000 students who sit on the floor. Receiving the support from ABG Tarime ...

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Lowassa applauds African Barrick Gold for funding Minazi Mirefu Primary School

Tanzania’s former Prime Minister, Edward Lowassa has urged Tanzanian parents to invest in education and help their children to fulfill their dreams in different fields. Lowassa said helping Tanzanian children to get education can help them to resolve their own challenges in future such as unemployment challenge. “If we help our children to get education they will have good opportunity ...

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Govt urged to invest in Gender education

The government of United Republic of Tanzania has been advised to invest much in gender education in order to foster development in the country. Responding to questions of In2eastafrica.net reporter in exclusive interview conducted in Bagamoyo-Pwani, Tanzanian Gender issues expert, Mrs. Beatrice Ezekiel said Tanzanian society fails to achieve development because in many families, husbands own decision making power hence ...

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Rooti Dolls – The solution to Promoting African Languages & Culture

Rooti Dolls by Rooti Creations UK Ltd is a range of gorgeous educational black fashion dolls that can speak and teach children many phrases in various African ethnic languages. Rooti Dolls enables parents to seize back the initiative and guarantees their children learn their native languages- through play. Our product undoubtedly holds the key to halting the demise of Africa’s ...

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