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16. Standard VII pass rate up 10 per cent, says NECTA
  Monday, November 02, 2015  by Admin
  The results announced by the National Exemination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) Executive Secretary, Dr Charles Msonde, in Dar es Salaam yesterday reflect the usual pattern where private schools have done better than public schools.

The results also show that schools from Lake Zone and some regions in the western part of the country took up first ten positions in the ranking.
 
17. TANZANIA: Recent Media engagement suggest Tanzania ranks higher than the average of sub-Saharan African countries in Governance
  Monday, November 02, 2015  by Admin
  A recent media engagement between media practitioners in Tanzania, the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), and the Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) has indicated that Tanzania ranks higher than the average of sub-Saharan African countries in Governance.
 
18. Govt directs loan priority to science subjects students
  Tuesday, November 18, 2014  by Admin
  ALL Subjects that are taught in schools are important, however the government has identified priority subjects whose students receive 100 per cent funding through the Higher Education Students Loanís Board (HESLB).
 
19. Call for more investment in education infrastructure
  Tuesday, November 18, 2014  by Admin
  THE public has been urged to increase investment in education infrastructure with a view to improving its quality, access and putting in place a friendly learning environment.
 
20. Zanzibar women need capacity building for general elections
  Thursday, November 06, 2014  by Admin
  WOMEN in Zanzibar are lobbying for capacity building, a move they have described crucial in enabling them participate actively in the forthcoming general elections.
 
21. Contributions for school labs should be voluntary, says govt
  Tuesday, November 04, 2014  by Admin
  In the wake of growing disputes, the government has directed councils in the country to seek consent of public workers before they deduct their salaries to fund the Presidential ordered construction of laboratories in public secondary schools before the end of this month.
 
22. Construction, rehabilitation of schools vital for improved performance - Dr Mengi
  Friday, October 24, 2014  by Admin
  To improve the quality of education in the country, the government has been called on to allocate sufficient funding for the construction and rehabilitation of school buildings across the country.
 
23. Mwanza to meet lab construction deadline, says RC
  Wednesday, October 22, 2014  by Admin
  MWANZA region is working to meet the deadline of having 591 science laboratories in place as per President Jakaya Kikwete's directive.
 
24. OUT set to form fund for students with special needs
  Monday, October 13, 2014  by Admin
  THE Open University of Tanzania (OUT) will continue collaborating with different partners to ensure people with disabilities have an uninterrupted access to higher education from the university.
 
25. Airtel Book Aid roots for learning of science subjects
  Monday, October 13, 2014  by Admin
  Students are encouraged to increase efforts in their studies to acquire skills that will contribute to the nationís social and economic development. Handing over science books to Ujiji municipal Education Officer Yalagwila Gwimo for use by Gungu Secondary School in Kigoma, Airtelís Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, Hawa Bayumi noted that Tanzania is in great need of professional manpower.
 
26. Premier to kick off inspection of science, technology projects on Thursday
  Thursday, October 09, 2014  by Admin
  PRIME Minister Mizengo Pinda is on Thursday expected to make a tour of science and technology projects in higher learning institutions. This was said by Director of Higher Education, Prof Sylvia Temu, at a press conference in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday.
 
27. Postal Bank donates 50m/- classroom, staff building
  Tuesday, October 07, 2014  by Admin
  At an estimated 50m/-, Tanzania Postal Bank (TPB) has built two classrooms and a staff room for Msejelele Primary school in Chunyu village, Mpwapwa District, as part of its corporate social responsibility.
 
28. Schools urged to set up facilities friendly to people with disability
  Tuesday, October 07, 2014  by Admin
  Schools and other education institutions are again reminded to put in place infrastructures that are friendly to people with disabilities to improve access to education for special need groups.
 
29. Call to put secondary education under Education Ministry
  Monday, October 06, 2014  by Admin
  EDUCATION stakeholders have pleaded with the government to place secondary school education fully under the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MoEVT) if the Big Results Now (BRN) strategy is to be successful.
 
30. Contractors' vocational training centre in offing
  Monday, October 06, 2014  by Admin
  The Association of Citizen Contractors Tanzania (ACCT) has announced its intention to establish a vocational training centre to enable its members improve their skill sets. Speaking yesterday in Dar es Salaam, ACCT Chairperson Milton Nyerere, said improving contractors capacity will mean improved construction projects.
 

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