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'Let`s Strive for Quality in Primary Education, not Quantity'

The Guardian, a Tanzanian daily, writes that the Government should double its effort to improve the quality of primary education in light of the findings from Twaweza partner Uwezo’s recent report on learning in East Africa. Quoting the report, the article stresses that “the majority of primary school graduates in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania are illiterate and cannot even do basic mathematical problems intended for Standard Two pupils.” The article argues that the quality of primary education should be given due attention, because for many Tanzanian children, it is the only formal education they will get during their lifetimes. Read more.

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