Uwezo Tanzania 2011: Our Children are still not learning

Last year, Uwezo carried out the first Annual Learning Assessment Report, which provided a country wide picture of the level of basic numeracy and literacy skills of our children in primary schools. Over 40,000 children in over 20,000 households, across 38 districts in Tanzania were assessed - this was the largest survey of its kind. One year on... Have these results changed? Are our children learning more?
In 2011, Uwezo Tanzania has expanded its reach. Based on the same level of criteria as last year – the National Standard 2 curricula - they assessed 128,005 children from 76,796 households, across 132 districts. This year’s main report and key findings can be accessed, in English.

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