After dramatically increasing enrolment in primary schooling, the Government of Tanzania is now implementing an ambitious program to expand secondary education. However, this expansion has placed its own strains on resources and there are many questions about how the policy works in practice. Do the funds flow smoothly? Do schools get money on time? Is the amount adequate? Is it predictable? Is there accountability for failure to implement policy? How are funding flows related to quality of education and performance? The entire report can be downloaded below in both English and Kiswahili.
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