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Maghembe afuata ilani ya upinzani!

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Elimu (Education Forum)' started by BONGOLALA, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. BONGOLALA

    BONGOLALA JF-Expert Member

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    Waziri wa elimu wa ccm ametangaza leo kuwa elimu ya msingi sasa itakuwa form 4 ifikapo 2012.je hii si ina maanisha elimu bure mpaka form 4?source TBC1
     
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    ameona chama chake hakina mwelekeo wala sera
     
  3. Elli

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    Wanakula matapishi yao wenyewe!!!!!
     
  4. Mallaba

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    The government is overhauling the country's education system to enable all pupils completing Standard Seven to continue with classes up to Form Four.
    Education and Vocational Training minister Jumanne Maghembe confirmed this in a special interview held here yesterday, saying the landmark changes will mean primary education going right up to that level with effect from 2012.
    "As stipulated in the 2010 CCM Election manifesto, primary education will run from nursery school straight to Form Four beginning 2012," he said.
    "What is now being done is the modification of infrastructure to enable each ward secondary school to create enough room for all those completing Standard Seven to join Form One. This effectively means that Tanzanians will since then be studying non-stop to Form Four, and this is what will be our primary education," he added.
    Currently, the climax of primary school education in Tanzania is standard seven, at which level there is a highly competitive secondary school entry examination.
    Prof Maghembe said all ward secondary schools are under instruction to build classrooms in accordance with the number of primary school pupils within their wards.
    He clarified that the Standard Seven final examination, until now used to pick pupils to enrol for secondary school education, would continue as usual "but it will no longer be for the purpose of weeding out pupils who have not performed well enough".
    He said the examination would merely serve as one of the means of testing the pupils' academic ability "just like the Form Two one".
    "The examination will not be used to split or classify pupils but only to test how well they will have done in Standard Seven. The point here is that all Standard Seven pupils will proceed without let or hindrance from primary school to Form Four," noted the minister.
    He explained that secondary schools will be appropriately empowered from this year "with each getting five teachers who will have graduated from universities and colleges that award degrees and diplomas".
    Prof Maghembe pointed out that the government will next month employ 19,204 new teachers, among them the fresh degree and diploma holders, the idea being "to reinforce secondary schools by ensuring that each has a science laboratory and the requisite equipment and accessories".
    He said the government's plan was to end the shortage of teachers within the next three years, "ultimately making lack of well-equipped science laboratories and shortages of books and teachers' houses history".
    The minister, who is seeking re-election as the ruling CCM's legislator for Mwanga in Kilimanjaro Region, recounted that the government has put together three policies to guide the ministry responsible for education.
    He named them as the Education and Training policy, the Technical and Vocational Training policy and the Higher Learning policy, saying they have now been joined and form a single Education and Training policy to become officially operational in financial year 2011/2012.
    "The comprehensive policy will have a vision aimed at improving education at all levels, including primary, secondary, teaching, higher education and vocational training and technical training," the minister said.
    "With this policy, the government's projections are that up to 30 per cent (or 4 million) of our students will be joining Forms Five and Six in 2015 and 12 per cent of those will proceed to university," he added.
    Prof Maghembe allayed fears of the shortage of teachers persisting, saying already 14,000 certificate holders have been recruited and posted to various regions and 7,084 diploma holders and 12,120 degree holders are awaiting recruitment as teachers.
    He admitted that there is a shortage of 38,000 teachers in primary schools and 54,000 in secondary schools.
    But he said the government would ensure that each passing year there would be 14,000 new primary school teachers and 19,200 new secondary school teachers "which means the problem will be over and forgotten by 2013".
    That will be three years into the term of the one to assume Tanzania's presidency after this Sunday's General Election.
    source:ippmedia
     
  5. Mpambalyoto

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    Walikuwa wapi muda wote wa miaka 5? Walikuwa busy wanapanga au?
     
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    Nasolwa JF-Expert Member

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    Hii ni ahadi nyingine ya JK ila kaamua kumwachia Maghembe aiseme
     
  7. Jile79

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    Hata wana ccm wanaona kabisa rais wao anawadanganya na kutaka kuwaaminisha uongo kuwa elimu bure haiwezekani.............kikwete upo?
     
  8. MLATIE

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    Leo nimesikia fununu ahadi alizozitoa JK zimefika trilioni 60 sasa kwa miaka 5 je huyo mzee ataziweza?Dah haya bana kama amedandia sera shauri yake ss tunataka maendeleo kama wakichukua sera sio mbaya ila wafanyie kazi.
     
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    Nilishasema Dr. Slaa amekuwa akiongoza nchi hii kwa muda mrefu - wengi walinielewa wengine wakawa hawana uhakika. sasa huu ndiyo ushahidi tosha. Elimu Bure kwa Wote Sera ya CHADEMA na Magembe naye kaja na jambo lile like lakini kabadilisha maneno. Sasa cha ajabu hata kwenye ilani yao halimo. aliyeliona humo apaste hapa.

    CCM sijui kama mtakuja na jipya ili watanzania kwa ujumla wao wawaelewe.
     
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    Ingawa hatuwezi kusema kuwa sera hiyo inawiana moja kwa moja na ya CHADEMA lakini ni kielelezo dhahiri kuwa jamaa hivi sasa wanahaha kujaribu kwa taabu kufikia viwango vya Slaa & Co. Wamegundua kutoa majibu mepesi (mediocre) kwenye masuala makuu ya kitaifa haisaidii kitu. Wanajua kwa rasilimali zinazovunwa hivi sasa na fursa za mapato kutokana na uwekezaji wanaouhimiza elimu ya bure hadi sekondari inawezekana lakini hawako tayari kusimamia hilo.

    Serikali ya CCM imetengeneza mfumo usiowajibika katika kukusanya mapato ya Taifa inavyostahili kutokana na utashi wao wa kutaka kufurahisha na kunufaisha mafisadi na pia inaachia rasilimali za taifa zikivunwa bila data za uhakika. Wawekezaji na majangili ndio wanajua wanachokipata. Ndio maana hata hoja yetu ya kutaka kuuza akiba ya pembe za tembo ilishindikana kutetewa CITES. Inabidi wapumzishwe ili nao wawe watazamaji na wakosoaji wa mbadala wao serikalini.
     
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