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04 June 2007


Erick Kabendera

I think you are right Vumiria. Our education systems live a lot to be desired in terms of quality, which never seem to be an issue at all amongst our education policy makers. In Tanzania, we have Primary Education Development Programme and Secondary Education Development Programme, which were introduced as part of Education For All initiative. The government would claim that a lot has been done under these programmes. But if we still produce class seven leavers who cannot read and write,and students are still sitting on the floor,cant we be called insane people if we stand up and say the programmes are working?

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I have some of the knowledge about the Education in the Uganda,the education in Uganda has a structure of 7 years of primary education, 6 years of secondary education,and the present system has existed since the early 1960s,and about the cut in World Bank funding to Uganda you told,so this is must to help the system financially,the system can become a good and a superb one bu virtue of some of the work and mainly by the funding.

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The system also about the technical schools provide an alternative to lower secondary school. Alternatives for graduates from lower secondary school,and have the structure of 7 years of primary education, 6 years of secondary education,so the people are really wonderful and the students too who wanted to learn and wanted to educate.

Paul Smith

Merci beaucoup pour votre article.

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