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151. Computer firm launches training in Dar es Salaam
  Wednesday, January 25, 2006  by Admin
  Computer firm launches training in Dar es Salaam
- The Microsoft Corporation has launched an unlimited potential initiative in Tanzania to enhance computer literacy among Tanzanians.
The initiative, dubbed the Unlimited Potential (UP) Programme, is a global facility that focuses on providing technology skills for individuals through community - based technology and learning Centres.
152. Tanzania Commission for Universities Logo Design Competition
  Wednesday, January 18, 2006  by Admin
  The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) is need of a new logo to replace that of the formerly Higher Education Accreditation Council (HEAC).

153. Opportunities available for studies abroad
  Sunday, January 15, 2006  by Admin
  Opportunities available for studies abroad
Tanzanian students aspiring to attain excellence in their studies have been urged to search for opportunities abroad where they could be trained in their fields of their liking. The call to that effect was made by Khatton-nissa Kapasi, the director of a Dar es Salaam based University Placement Service, (ICON) in an interview with the Sunday Observer in her office yesterday.
154. Education: Incorporating different views for improved system
  Friday, January 13, 2006  by Admin
  This article by Joseph Owino looks at the education system in Tanzania. The Minister for Education and Vocational training has a task to sit down with experts, stakeholders and parents to work out a system which will be supported by all and for the benefit of Tanzanian scholars.
155. ICT vital in the wake of globalisation
  Friday, January 13, 2006  by Admin
  The Tanga City Council plans to introduce computer systems in all its primary schools by 2010 under the Education and Culture Development programme in its need to prepare city children in this globalised world.
156. Linking Global Commitments and Local Reality, The Case of Geita District, Tanzania
  Tuesday, December 13, 2005  by Admin
  The Government of Tanzania launched the Primary Education Development Plan (PEDP) to materializing Tanzania’s commitment towards the global Education for All (EFA) targets. The objective of this thesis was to examine how a substantial quantitative expansion of pupil enrolment affects primary school education in qualitative terms.
157. A New Era of Academic Opportunities for Africa
  Wednesday, December 07, 2005  by Admin
  African Institute for Mathematical Sciences Schools Enrichment Centre (AIMSSEC) is a schools mathematics enrichment programme offering free learning resources for learners of all ages from 5 to 18+ years together with professional development courses for teachers. This presentation is on the impact of the Internet on education and teaching. The paper also looks at the instrumental (economy driven) methods of education against the transformative methods.
158. The relationship between the education sector reforms and other national policies
  Friday, November 25, 2005  by Admin
  The education reforms in Tanzania have been taking place in a rich ambiance of related policies. Ever since the liberalization and privatization processes of the late 1980s, the Government has taken bold measures to align social policies with the new circumstances, ideology and global developments. The measures range from a search of a national vision to sectoral social policies
159. Higher Education through the Internet Expectations, Reality and Challenges of the African Virtual University
  Friday, November 25, 2005  by Admin
  Investment in higher education can be a major contributor to a countrys economic growth. With the spread of information technology higher education can influence social and political development and promote social justice. Since independence African countries have invested heavily in their higher education systems, often with the support of external aid and lending agencies. Despite this, higher education in (sub-Saharan) Africa is in a crisis.
160. Govt And Its Critics Both Want to Please Donors
  Thursday, October 13, 2005  by Admin
  IT COULD be that the government is yet to find a way to relate to the new culture of non-governmental organisations. Or is it that the real new culture is that of a regular brawl between the government and NGOs: Well, this time around, the tussle was between the Ministry of Education and an NGO. Joseph Mungai, Minister for Education, voiced his concern at a press conference that the NGO was portraying the Primary Schools Development Programme,
161. Contribution to Universal Primary Education by 2015 - Report
  Tuesday, October 11, 2005  by Admin
  Missing the Mark: A School Report on Rich Countries Contribution to Universal Primary Education by 2015: To reach the Millennium Development Goals on education, both developing and developed countries will have to work together to do more, do it faster, and do it better. The introduction to our 2005 report card reviews current aid to basic education against the promises made in 2000, and examines exactly what rich countries need to do to guarantee success on the universal
162. Siku ya Makazi Duniani 2005
  Monday, October 03, 2005  by Admin
  Katika ujumbe wa kuadhimisha siku ya makazi duniani, katibu mkuu wa umoja wa mataifa anasisitiza umuhimu wa maendeleo shirikishi ya miji yanayojali maskini na haki za binadamu.
163. 60 million girls
  Friday, September 23, 2005  by Admin
  Discrimination, conflict and the prohibitive, cost of school for poor families are depriving millions of girls of choice and opportunity. Around the world, millions of girls are missing out on opportunities brought about by education.
164. Tanzanian takes girls education case to UN
  Monday, September 12, 2005  by Admin
  A young woman from Bukoba is travelling to New York tonight to present the case of girls education to the United Nations Millennium +5 Summit.Lydia Wilbard ( 26) has been invited to give her testimony at the summit, which will review progress made over the last five years, towards meeting the goals to eliminate poverty.
165. Review article: The NEW African higher education?
  Tuesday, September 06, 2005  by Admin
  The financial and political vicissitudes that foreshadowed these reforms are all too familiar; the state of Africas universities has come to symbolize the African crisis more generally. These volumes give a flavour of the pragmatic,
technocratic and market-led approaches that these universities have adopted over the last decade. Necessity can be creative, and there is much to be praised about the reforms, which were already under way before the US foundations offered their support..

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