• An Analysis on the Strategic Implications for Tanzania Using Kiswahili as Teaching Language Up to the Higher Learning Institutions
    of performance in secondary schools and university level. The essay will at the end give its recommendations on the way forward. The Brief Historical Background of Kiswahili in Tanzania Dr. Mtesigwa in his article, “Utandawazi Na dhima ya Kiswahili Kama lugha ya Africa Mashariki...
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  • Transforming Higher Education in Kenya
    progress in education, though shortfalls and disparities remain. The number of students enrolled in secondary school increased eight-fold in the past 50 years, roughly from 50 million to 414 million (calculations by Bloom, based on UNESCO online data). According to Glewwe and Zhao (2006), developing...
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  • Principals’ and Students’ Attitude Towards Provision of Guidance and Counselling Servises and Maintenance of Dicsipline in Secondary Schools of Nyamira District-Kenya
    alarming cases of indiscipline in secondary schools by proving that guidance and counselling is a more powerful variable which can be used in place of caning, if all principals, students and teachers can have positive attitudes towards it. It is expected that since school going children spend three...
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  • Education
    learning; these are used for education and research. Fourth are the electronic libraries which are sometimes online with either open or restricted access. Presently, Tanzania has over 800 secondary schools, but no data exists on the number of libraries in secondary schools. Of the more than...
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  • The Impact of Icts on Students Academic Performance at University
    the exponential growth of digital information, which changes the way students perceive study and reading and in how printed materials are used to facilitate study. Also the government of Tanzania particularly the ministry of education and vocational training (MOEVT):- addresses the issue of ICT in...
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  • Classroom Management
    discipline is one of the most significant activities of teachers in school Classroom management strategies are of vital importance for the teachers who are looking for ways to tackle the chaos and indiscipline in their classes. The relevance of classroom management which emphasizes teaching in...
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  • Lewls
    and school related factors- student/lecturer rapport, teacher related factors, accommodation and living conditions. In the same vein, Wiseman (1973), Sogbetan (1981) and Hassan (1983) among others have examined the causes of poor academic performance among secondary school students. Some of the...
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  • Factors Fi
    | | |performance | | | | |4. |3 best primary school depend on |Primary schools |500,000-1,000,000 |Yearly | | |standard seven...
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  • Influence of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Amoung Kenyan Teenage Education
    Date Brian Munga Student No. J15/3021/11 KEY TERMS Drug abuse; Kenya; secondary schools; students; drug-related problems; addressing drug abuse; prevention measures; need for responsibility; student participation; risk factors; protective factors; academic performance; youth; Modified Social...
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  • study of school uniforms
    school uniforms influenced students' academic performance. 2.The influence of indiscipline One of the initial main reasons of implementing school uniforms is the concern about school security, because some of the supporters thought that school uniforms can eliminate the different clothing form...
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  • Education and Globalization
    superstructure above national and local school 2.0 Globalization in Tanzania education system 2.1 Tanzania education system The Tanzania school system is a 2-7-4-2-3+ consisting of pre primary, primary school, ordinary level secondary education, advanced level secondary, technical and higher education. The...
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  • Creation of Awareness of Primary School Students Towards Hiv/Aids
    school students towards HIV/AIDS at NYAMAGANA District. Nowadays this pandemic disease also affects the primary school students. In order to deal with it we first have to know how the students themselves understands the concepts of HIV/AIDS, so by using both qualitative and quantitative research...
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  • The Role of the Media in Academic Performance
    community member can contribute to development Opiro, (2007). The effect of attitude on academic performance in schools According to Sienna Denis (1981) teachers can affect students performance by the expectation they hold for them. He emphasized that this happens because a teacher treats learners...
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  • And Sharing Economic Growth in
    -income youth and students in rural areas. Few government schools have been established, and inadequate incentives exist to provide nongovernment schools in rural communities, because households are unable to pay the fees required (World Bank 2004d). Three main challenges face Tanzania in secondary...
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  • kenya education
    not qualify to attend a secondary high school. Secondary school in Kenya has four levels, forms 1 – 4 and is completed only when students finish their KCSE (Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education) examinations. Again, student grades play a key role in determining whether or not students are able to...
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  • Poem
    1. (a) Discuss how student’s problems in primary/secondary schools are different to than they were 10 years ago. Nowadays students are quite different from the past 10 years. They were more self esteem and would like to be more independent as they think they are quite mature even though they...
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  • history of Tanzanias education
    the official primary school-age population. These rates are based on the number of students formally registered in primary school and, therefore, do not necessarily reflect actual school attendance. In 2000, 57% of children age 5–14 years attended school. Secondary education has two levels. Open...
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  • My Project for Journal
    O.A. Akintunde Teacher Characteristics Teacher Characteristics and Students’ Attitude As Determinants of StudentsPerformance in Economics in Selected Secondary Schools in Kajola Local Government Area of Oyo State Oludare Adeyemi Akintunde Department of Educational...
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  • Term Paper
    collection of value added tax decreasing the government revenues, if corrective measures will not be employed to reduce these acts then the Tanzania government will forever be loosing significant amount of revenue without genuine reasons. This study aimed that to find the causes that affect tax...
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  • Factors Motivating Tanzanian Women to Become Entrepreneurs
    efforts in venture. Combined with these, the individual capabilities of the entrepreneur govern his performance. The opportunities in business environment and risk due to future uncertainty affect the rewards, which are both intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic rewards are related to factors internal to...
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