One of every five dollars in the Tanzanian budget goes to education. And yet, learning outcomes remain low. Full capitation grants are not reaching schools, teachers are only instructing students for an average of two hours and four minutes each day and the majority of students in all levels of primary school are not able to pass a Standard 2 test.
Twaweza Head Rakesh Rajani expounds on the state of education in Tanzania here.
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