“Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.” (Nelson Mandela, 2003)

Jul 3, 2018
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Shouldn't we invest in education first before delve into industries? Is our education system such defined? How capable are our people?

Should politicians lead us to advocating into industrial development while investing in schooling rather than learning?
Is investment in industries relating to investment in Education for our national development?

Is Free Education aimed at equipping our learners for acquisition of skills or just political? The answer might be NO!

Frankly speaking, we might travel longer and longer BUT we shall never attain the level of development we dream of!
Ooh! My Lovely Country Tanzania
 

mulwanaka

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Feb 19, 2017
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Good example is Singapole, S Korea and Hong Kong.....they have advacely invested in human resource....now they have some of the world largest financial reserves........Tanzania we have mineral resources that do not exist else where in world, we ignored education now for more than half a century our people are relaguishing in abject poverty not sure of living tomorrow.....
 
Jul 3, 2018
76
150
Good example is Singapole, S Korea and Hong Kong.....they have advacely invested in human resource....now they have some of the world largest financial reserves........Tanzania we have mineral resources that do not exist else where in world, we ignored education now for more than half a century our people are relaguishing in abject poverty not sure of living tomorrow.....
Absolutely! Politicians are letting us down! No way out they can get rid of our backwardness blames!
 

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