Tulipofumua na kufuma upya mfumo wetu wa elimu, Watanzania walikejeli humu, sasa wanaiga

MK254

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May 11, 2013
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Kama kawaida yao hawa majirani huchelewa kwenye vyote, hutucheka kila tunapothubutu ila baadye huishia kufuata nyayo zetu, wameanza mipango na jitihada za kufumua mfumo wao wa elimu maana unawachelewesha.

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Dar es Salaam. The government yesterday disclosed areas that need to be looked at in the planned reforms to improve education sector in the country.

There have been concerns that the local graduates lack necessary skills for creating their own jobs through entrepreneurship while the private sector complains of mismatch between the school knowledge and job market demands.

The government is now collecting views from different stakeholders as it seeks to overhaul the education sector to produce competent graduates.

The minister for Education, Science and Technology Prof Adolf Mkenda told the Parliament yesterday that stakeholders should continue airing their views around policy review, legal framework, change in the curricula, demand and quality of teachers, trainers and lecturers, demand of infrastructure as well as that of working tools.

“These areas need to be considered to ensure that we meet our demand,” said Prof Mkenda as he presented the ministry’s budget for 2022/23.

“The planned reforms are biggest ever,” he added.
In the policy review, Prof Mkenda cited an example of the policy demand of 10 years of compulsory education while Tanzania provides it for only seven years.

He said the ongoing analysis and consultations will help to reach a common decision.

Prof Mkenda tabled the new budget estimated at Sh1.5 trillion, with Sh959.5 billion for development projects.

Together with the reforms in the education sector, Prof Mkenda said the government will also focus on promoting science by sponsoring the best performers in the Advanced Level of Secondary Education exams to join universities.

He said the government will sponsor the best science performers in foreign universities to encourage science learning and award up to Sh50 million for researchers and lecturers who will manage to publish their scientific research findings in respected global journals.

Prof Mkenda also revealed that the government managed to enrol 3,333 girls who dropped out of schools for different reasons, including pregnancy, into alternative education system.

Source: The Citizen
 

Bugucha

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Jan 3, 2020
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Kama kawaida yao hawa majirani huchelewa kwenye vyote, hutucheka kila tunapothubutu ila baadye huishia kufuata nyayo zetu, wameanza mipango na jitihada za kufumua mfumo wao wa elimu maana unawachelewesha.

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Dar es Salaam. The government yesterday disclosed areas that need to be looked at in the planned reforms to improve education sector in the country.

There have been concerns that the local graduates lack necessary skills for creating their own jobs through entrepreneurship while the private sector complains of mismatch between the school knowledge and job market demands.

The government is now collecting views from different stakeholders as it seeks to overhaul the education sector to produce competent graduates.

The minister for Education, Science and Technology Prof Adolf Mkenda told the Parliament yesterday that stakeholders should continue airing their views around policy review, legal framework, change in the curricula, demand and quality of teachers, trainers and lecturers, demand of infrastructure as well as that of working tools.

“These areas need to be considered to ensure that we meet our demand,” said Prof Mkenda as he presented the ministry’s budget for 2022/23.

“The planned reforms are biggest ever,” he added.
In the policy review, Prof Mkenda cited an example of the policy demand of 10 years of compulsory education while Tanzania provides it for only seven years.

He said the ongoing analysis and consultations will help to reach a common decision.

Prof Mkenda tabled the new budget estimated at Sh1.5 trillion, with Sh959.5 billion for development projects.

Together with the reforms in the education sector, Prof Mkenda said the government will also focus on promoting science by sponsoring the best performers in the Advanced Level of Secondary Education exams to join universities.

He said the government will sponsor the best science performers in foreign universities to encourage science learning and award up to Sh50 million for researchers and lecturers who will manage to publish their scientific research findings in respected global journals.

Prof Mkenda also revealed that the government managed to enrol 3,333 girls who dropped out of schools for different reasons, including pregnancy, into alternative education system.

Source: The Citizen
Wewe mjinga Sana, wapi Kenya imetajwa hapo kwa namna yoyote? Kubadilisha mitaala ya elimu kwa nchi yoyote ni kawaida,hata nchi zingine zimeisha Fanya,sio Kenya ya Kwanza wala Tanzania kufanya mabadiliko. Nyinyi kila kitu kikifamywa Tanzania,kinaigwa kutoka Kenya. Acha ujinga.
 

Adolfms

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Kama kawaida yao hawa majirani huchelewa kwenye vyote, hutucheka kila tunapothubutu ila baadye huishia kufuata nyayo zetu, wameanza mipango na jitihada za kufumua mfumo wao wa elimu maana unawachelewesha.

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Dar es Salaam. The government yesterday disclosed areas that need to be looked at in the planned reforms to improve education sector in the country.

There have been concerns that the local graduates lack necessary skills for creating their own jobs through entrepreneurship while the private sector complains of mismatch between the school knowledge and job market demands.

The government is now collecting views from different stakeholders as it seeks to overhaul the education sector to produce competent graduates.

The minister for Education, Science and Technology Prof Adolf Mkenda told the Parliament yesterday that stakeholders should continue airing their views around policy review, legal framework, change in the curricula, demand and quality of teachers, trainers and lecturers, demand of infrastructure as well as that of working tools.

“These areas need to be considered to ensure that we meet our demand,” said Prof Mkenda as he presented the ministry’s budget for 2022/23.

“The planned reforms are biggest ever,” he added.
In the policy review, Prof Mkenda cited an example of the policy demand of 10 years of compulsory education while Tanzania provides it for only seven years.

He said the ongoing analysis and consultations will help to reach a common decision.

Prof Mkenda tabled the new budget estimated at Sh1.5 trillion, with Sh959.5 billion for development projects.

Together with the reforms in the education sector, Prof Mkenda said the government will also focus on promoting science by sponsoring the best performers in the Advanced Level of Secondary Education exams to join universities.

He said the government will sponsor the best science performers in foreign universities to encourage science learning and award up to Sh50 million for researchers and lecturers who will manage to publish their scientific research findings in respected global journals.

Prof Mkenda also revealed that the government managed to enrol 3,333 girls who dropped out of schools for different reasons, including pregnancy, into alternative education system.

Source: The Citizen
Mwamba Heshima zako ndio zimeaza kwenda mlama kiasi hiki? Acha Bhange. Kale kwaza Datula upate akiri
 

Geza Ulole

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Tunaiga vp mfumo wenu wakati hamna A levels? Mna darasa la nane na 4 years of secondary education!
 

chongchung

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Wakenya wenzako wanaongea mambo tofauti kabisa hapa

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pingli-nywee

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Sep 16, 2015
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Tunaiga vp mfumo wenu wakati hamna A levels? Mna darasa la nane na 4 years of secondary education!
Update yourself. Sasa hivi Kenya tupo kwenye mfumo tofauti wa CBC(Competency Based Curriculum), 2-6-3-3. Ambao unatilia mkazo kwenye kuwakuza wanafunzi kupitia talanta zao mapema, sio kuwakaririsha tu. Mitihani ya kitaifa ya kuwashindanisha wanafunzi ilishafutwa.
Mfumo huo ulianza miaka kadhaa iliyopita, nadhani ilikuwa ni 2017. Wale ambao wapo darasa la sita, kuenda chini, sasa hivi wanaendelea na mfumo huo mpya. Huku wenzao ambao walianza kwenye mfumo wa zamani(8-4-4), wakimalizia masomo yao kwenye mfumo huo kwa mara ya mwisho.
 

pingli-nywee

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Sep 16, 2015
11,852
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Kama kawaida yao hawa majirani huchelewa kwenye vyote, hutucheka kila tunapothubutu ila baadye huishia kufuata nyayo zetu, wameanza mipango na jitihada za kufumua mfumo wao wa elimu maana unawachelewesha.

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Dar es Salaam. The government yesterday disclosed areas that need to be looked at in the planned reforms to improve education sector in the country.

There have been concerns that the local graduates lack necessary skills for creating their own jobs through entrepreneurship while the private sector complains of mismatch between the school knowledge and job market demands.

The government is now collecting views from different stakeholders as it seeks to overhaul the education sector to produce competent graduates.

The minister for Education, Science and Technology Prof Adolf Mkenda told the Parliament yesterday that stakeholders should continue airing their views around policy review, legal framework, change in the curricula, demand and quality of teachers, trainers and lecturers, demand of infrastructure as well as that of working tools.

“These areas need to be considered to ensure that we meet our demand,” said Prof Mkenda as he presented the ministry’s budget for 2022/23.

“The planned reforms are biggest ever,” he added.
In the policy review, Prof Mkenda cited an example of the policy demand of 10 years of compulsory education while Tanzania provides it for only seven years.

He said the ongoing analysis and consultations will help to reach a common decision.

Prof Mkenda tabled the new budget estimated at Sh1.5 trillion, with Sh959.5 billion for development projects.

Together with the reforms in the education sector, Prof Mkenda said the government will also focus on promoting science by sponsoring the best performers in the Advanced Level of Secondary Education exams to join universities.

He said the government will sponsor the best science performers in foreign universities to encourage science learning and award up to Sh50 million for researchers and lecturers who will manage to publish their scientific research findings in respected global journals.

Prof Mkenda also revealed that the government managed to enrol 3,333 girls who dropped out of schools for different reasons, including pregnancy, into alternative education system.

Source: The Citizen
Baadhi ya hawa wenzetu huwa ni mabendera fata upepo tu. Uwezo wa kushirikisha ubongo, hata kwenye masuala nyeti, huwa umewapiga chenga sana. Kwanza wale mataga ambao huwa wamekomalia kwenye jukwaa hili, ndio huwa wanatia huruma sana. Ngoja uone watakavyoanza kuunga mkono na kusifia hatua hiyo ya serikali yao(sijasema kwamba wameiga/hawajaiga).

Uzuri ni kwamba kumbukumbu za walivyokuwa wanaziponda juhudi za Kenya, za kuboresha zaidi sekta ya elimu, zipo humu na hazitofutika. Kuna uzi wako huu wa 2018 kuhusu suala hilo na zipo zingine pia.
Mtaala mpya wa elimu wazinduliwa nchi yote ya Kenya

Kwanini Kenya wamefuta Mitihani ya Taifa kwenye Mtaala mpya?

Ila naona kwenye majukwaa mengine huwa kuna afueni kiaina, kwenye hoja na mijadala yao.
Mtaala Mpya wa Elimu Kenya, CBC sisi bado tuko bise na kukaririsha watoto
 

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