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bd40bc7c7a However, at independence, the goal of education was seen mainly as preparing young people for life in the rural areas, so English was not a language that the majority of primary school leavers would need.11 Consequently, English was taught only to the few who would continue on to secondary schools where English is the medium. 17. There are funds (known as the Development Grant) set aside under PEDP for the construction of classrooms, teachers housing, toilets, and the improvement of existing school buildings and facilities. Cookies are required to use this site. The "net primary enrollment rate" is the ratio of the total number of primary school-age children enrolled in primary school to the official primary school-age population. Abdulaziz-Mkilifi, "Triglossia and Swahili-English Bilingualism in Tanzania," Language in Society 1, 2 (1972): 197-213; C. Nyerere argued that if English was not used as the medium of instruction, it might die in the Tanzanian community.
Ministry of National Education, Recommendations of the 1982 Presidential Commission on Education as Approved by the Party and Government: Educational System in Tanzania Towards the Year 2000 (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: Ministry of Education, 1984). Language Documentation and Conservation, Vol. Before coming to the United States, he taught in Tanzanian schools. In the past, textbook policy seems to have been determined more by Tanzania's need for financial aid than by the need to develop local initiative. All students at this level are boarding students. Selected students may progress to Advanced Level (A' Level) education - Forms 5 and 6 - or study for an ordinary diploma in a technical college. United Republic of Tanzania. On the political context of language issues, see also M. Until 1973, a student was required to pass the National Standard IV Exams to continue to Standard V. The exams are still given even though passing is no longer required.