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Wanafunzi waliomaliza la saba mwaka jana walikuwa 943,318 na waliofaulu form six 2019 wako 79,770 hivyo basi watoto wanaomaliza la saba ni chini ya 8% ndio hufaulu form six, kama ni kweli tunahitaji kuangalia hawa waliokomea njiani wako wapi na wanafanya nini kwani hii ndio nguvu kazi ya taifa.

kutokana na matokeo yaliyotangazwa tarehe 20 December 2012 na waziri wa elimu Dr. Shukuru Kawambwa waliofanya mtihani walikuwa 865,534 na waliofaulu kujiunga kidato cha kwanza walikuwa 560,706. Kumbuka hawa ndio waliofanya mtihani kwa utaratibu wa Optical Mark Reader (OMR) maarufu kama mtihani wa kusigina. utaratibu huu ulilalamikiwa kwani wanafunzi wasiojua kusoma na kuandika waliweza kupata daraja za juu.
 
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Elimu is like Pyramid pattern. Mnaanza wengi kama wakimbia Riadha. Ila jinsi mnavyosonga mbele ndivyo mnavyopungua.
Ndio maana utakuta kijiji, kata au Wilaya nzima haina PhD holder!!!
Ni sawa lakini uwepo uwiano linganifu, ukiweka marathon ya km200 wanaweza anza 1000 wakamaliza wawili, ndio maana marathon ni 5km 21km na 42km. Tuweke strategy ili basi angalau 30% ya wanaomaliza la saba waweze kumaliza form six na sio 8% ya sasa, tusijidanganye bila kuwa na watu walioelimika hatuwezi pata maendeleo ya kweli, tutakuza uchumi tutajenga viwanda wahandisi watakuwa wahindi na marubani watakuwa waethiopia.
 
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Ni sawa lakini uwepo uwiano linganifu, ukiweka marathon ya km200 wanaweza anza 1000 wakamaliza wawili, ndio maana marathon ni 5km 21km na 42km. Tuweke strategy ili basi angalau 30% ya wanaomaliza la saba waweze kumaliza form six na sio 8% ya sasa, tusijidanganye bila kuwa na watu walioelimika hatuwezi pata maendeleo ya kweli, tutakuza uchumi tutajenga viwanda wahandisi watakuwa wahindi na marubani watakuwa waethiopia.
Kumbuka F6 ni Formal education
1. Kuna watu wanamaliza Std 7 wanadrop na ku opt kufanya Biashara+ Ufundi
2. Kuna wanaomaliza F4 wanadrop au kuopt kufanya VETA+ Diploma+ Certificates
Na hii kauli ya Politicians kuwa mbona % flani ni ndogo mimi siiamini kabisa. Not necessary ufike F6 au University ndo ueze kuendeleza nchi.
Mtu aliemaliza std 7 aka opt Ufundi au F4 alieamua kufanya VETA anaweza kuwa the best ktk industry kuliko hao unaowataka % yao iongezeke F6.
3. Usi force kila mtu afike F6 au Universities!! Anaweza akafika F6 akapata Div 0 au IV !!
Elimu ni Facts= Science Mtihani umewekwa anaefaulu hata akiwa kijijini basi acha apite. Anaefeli afanye mambo mengine.
4. Tusiabudu White color job sio lazima kufika F6 + university
 
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Halafu mnaambiwa mmpige pumbu kama Faru Rajabu ili muwe kama China
unadhani tatizo nini? kwani watoto watakaozaliwa wakawa wanapenda elimu kuliko wa sasa hatutaendelea? subiri nikupe sababu chache tu kwanini wanamaliza wachache kuliko walivyoanza:

1. vifo
2. makundi yasiyofaa
3. kufeli la saba
4.kushindwa kulipa karo
5. kufeli kidato cha nne
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nyine malizia. sababu ya kwanza ndio ipo nje ya uwezo wa mwanadamu, nyingine zote zipo ndani ya uwezo wa mwanadamu na huyo mwanafunzi akipitishwa kwenye tanuru kuokwa, ataumuka tu na kuachana na tabia hizo zinazofuata
 
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Wanafunzi waliomaliza la saba mwaka jana walikuwa 943,318 na waliofaulu form six 2019 wako 79,770 hivyo basi watoto wanaomaliza la saba ni chini ya 8% ndio hufaulu form six, kama ni kweli tunahitaji kuangalia hawa waliokomea njiani wako wapi na wanafanya nini kwani hii ndio nguvu kazi ya taifa.
Kilimo ni uti wa mgongo , Maendeleo hayana chama
 
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Ni sawa lakini uwepo uwiano linganifu, ukiweka marathon ya km200 wanaweza anza 1000 wakamaliza wawili, ndio maana marathon ni 5km 21km na 42km. Tuweke strategy ili basi angalau 30% ya wanaomaliza la saba waweze kumaliza form six na sio 8% ya sasa, tusijidanganye bila kuwa na watu walioelimika hatuwezi pata maendeleo ya kweli, tutakuza uchumi tutajenga viwanda wahandisi watakuwa wahindi na marubani watakuwa waethiopia.
Tuambie kwanza hawa waliomaliza form six mwaka huu... walimaliza la saba mwaka gani na walikuwa wangapi huo mwaka waliomaliza... kulinganisha takwimu za form six wa 2019 na la saba wa 2018 , kitakwimu haiko sahihi.
 
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Tuambie kwanza hawa waliomaliza form six mwaka huu... walimaliza la saba mwaka gani na walikuwa wangapi huo mwaka waliomaliza... kulinganisha takwimu za form six wa 2019 na la saba wa 2018 , kitakwimu haiko sahihi.
kutokana na matokeo yaliyotangazwa tarehe 20 December 2012 na waziri wa elimu Dr. Shukuru Kawambwa waliofanya mtihani walikuwa 865,534 na waliofaulu kujiunga kidato cha kwanza walikuwa 560,706. Kumbuka hawa ndio waliofanya mtihani kwa utaratibu wa Optical Mark Reader (OMR) maarufu kama mtihani wa kusigina. utaratibu huu ulilalamikiwa kwani wanafunzi wasiojua kusoma na kuandika waliweza kupata daraja za juu.
 
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naomba kujua hiv kwa wastani ni wahitimu wangapi ngazi ya degree wanahitimu kila mwaka?
Najua haiwez kua constant ila wanachezea wapi?
 
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Wanafunzi waliomaliza la saba mwaka jana walikuwa 943,318 na waliofaulu form six 2019 wako 79,770 hivyo basi watoto wanaomaliza la saba ni chini ya 8% ndio hufaulu form six, kama ni kweli tunahitaji kuangalia hawa waliokomea njiani wako wapi na wanafanya nini kwani hii ndio nguvu kazi ya taifa.
Hao school or collage dropp out... wengine ni matajiri wakubwa wameajiri ama wanasubiri kuajiri watakaomaliza degrees hata ma PHD...
 
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Hao school or collage dropp out... wengine ni matajiri wakubwa wameajiri ama wanasubiri kuajiri watakaomaliza degrees hata ma PHD...
huo utajiri kama wa akina musukuma sidhani kama ni sustainable, na pia haureflect maisha halisi ya mtanzania, ukitizama nchi zenye wahitimu wengi wa chuo kikuu kama us Canada Sweden Denmark ndio hizohizo zenye utajiri mkubwa na maendeleo makubwa. Lakini hatakama hao la saba wakijitutumua kupata mali kuna sehemu watahitaji wasomi. Pale kwenye mkutano wa jpm na wafanyabiashara kuna mfanyabiashara alilalamika system engineer wake kanyimwa kibali cha kazi na hakuna mtanzania mwenye huo ujuzi.
 
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Wanafunzi waliomaliza la saba mwaka jana walikuwa 943,318 na waliofaulu form six 2019 wako 79,770 hivyo basi watoto wanaomaliza la saba ni chini ya 8% ndio hufaulu form six, kama ni kweli tunahitaji kuangalia hawa waliokomea njiani wako wapi na wanafanya nini kwani hii ndio nguvu kazi ya taifa.
Huo ulinganifu wako kama haujakaa sawia. Ulipaswa uweke idadi ya mwaka hawa form six walipokuwa la saba. Hapa katikati kumetokea mambo mengi sana.

Safari bado tunayo kubwa ingawa ndiyo fact ya elimu ni pyramid. As you up kundi linakuwa dogo ili hao tuendelee kuwapata ktika upigaji kura na mikutano yetu ya siasa.
 
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huo utajiri kama wa akina musukuma sidhani kama ni sustainable, na pia haureflect maisha halisi ya mtanzania, ukitizama nchi zenye wahitimu wengi wa chuo kikuu kama us Canada Sweden Denmark ndio hizohizo zenye utajiri mkubwa na maendeleo makubwa. Lakini hatakama hao la saba wakijitutumua kupata mali kuna sehemu watahitaji wasomi. Pale kwenye mkutano wa jpm na wafanyabiashara kuna mfanyabiashara alilalamika system engineer wake kanyimwa kibali cha kazi na hakuna mtanzania mwenye huo ujuzi.
HAO HAPO SOME OF BILLIONAIRES AMBAO WALI DROP FROM SCHOOL!!!!
1.Bill Gates: He is the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, the world largest software company. Dropped out of Harvard to focus on building Microsoft. According to Forbes magazine, Bill Gates has held the position of the world richest man for thirteen consecutive years and he not showing a sign of letting go that position.

“To win big, you sometimes have to take big risks.” – Bill Gates
“We were young, but we had good advice good ideas and lots of enthusiasm.” – Bill Gates
2. Thomas Edison: Thomas Edison was labeled dumb and scatterbrain by his school teachers but he went on to become one of the world’s greatest inventors and founded General Electric; one of the most powerful companies in the world.

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas Edison
3. Orji Uzor Kalu: He is one of the richest men on the soil of Africa. This young billionaire was rusticated from college for his participation in a student’s protest. Instead of lamenting over his predicament; he started trading on palm oil and from that humble beginning, he grew his business into a conglomerate “Slok Group.” Though he was later pardoned by the school authorities, he rejected the amnesty offer thereby refusing to return to school.

“A good businessman must have nose for business the same way a journalist has nose for news. Once your eyes, ears, nose, heart and brain are trained on business, you sniff business opportunities everywhere.” – Orji Uzor Kalu
4. Li Ka Shing: Billionaire owner of Hutchinson Whampoa; one of the largest conglomerates in Hong Kong, with operations that span over fifty countries and more than 220,000 staff worldwide. Dropped out of school at the age of 15 and started out by selling watch bands.

“The first year, I didn’t have much capital so I did everything myself. I had to keep my overhead low by learning everything about running a business, from accounting to fixing the gears of my equipment. I really started from scratch.” – Li Ka Shing
5. Richard Branson: Best known for his adventurous spirit and outrageous business tactics. He dropped out of school at the age of 16 to start his first successful business venture; Student Magazine, bought his own 79-acre Caribbean island when he was just 24 and he was knighted in 1999. He is the billionaire founder of the Virgin brand and its 360 companies. His companies include the famous Virgin Atlantic Airways.

“I wanted to be an editor or journalist. I wasn’t really interested in becoming an entrepreneur, but I soon found I had to become an entrepreneur in order to keep my magazine going.” – Richard Branson
6. Lawrence J. Ellison: Larry Ellison dropped out of college twice and was told by his adoptive father that he would never amount to anything but he went on to become a billionaire by building Oracle, the world’s second largest software company.

“I have had all the disadvantages required for success.” – Larry Ellison
7. Michael Dell: He dropped out of college at the age of 19 to start PC’s Limited; later renamed Dell Computers Inc. Dell became the most profitable PC manufacturer in the world making Michael Dell a billionaire.

“I had to give it a full go and see what happened.” – Michael Dell
8. Steve Jobs: Billionaire co-founder of Apple Inc and Pixar; dropped out of Reed College to start Apple.

9. Henry Ford: This automobile billionaire was born in abject poverty. He never saw the four walls of school but he went on to build Ford Motor Company and become one of the richest men that ever lived.

“Thinking is the hardest work to do, that’s why so few people are engaged in it.” – Henry Ford
10. Walt Disney: Walt, regarded as the most influential animator because of his creativity with cartoons. He dropped out of high school at 16 and founded Walt Disney; a company which now has an annual revenue of about $30billion.

If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney
11. Ray Kroc: Billionaire Ray Kroc never saw the four walls of school and spent most of his life working as a salesman. He bought McDonald’s in 1961 for $2.7m and grew it into a multi billion dollar company.

“Press on. Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.” – Ray Kroc
12. Debbi Fields: A 20 year old housewife with no education and business experience started Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chippery and became the most successful cookie company owner. She later renamed, franchised, and then sold Mrs. Field’s Cookies.

“You don’t have to be superhuman to do what you believe in.” – Debbi Fields
13. Cosmos Maduka: Nigerian Elementary school drop out and billionaire founder of the Coscharis Group.

14. Ingvar Kamprad: Billionaire founder of IKEA. He dropped out of high school at the age of 17 to start IKEA; now the top home furniture retailer in the world, with over 90,000 employees working in its 200-plus stores, and annual revenues in excess of $10 billion.

“I’m not afraid of turning 80 and I have lots of things to do. I don’t have time for dying.” – Ingvar Kamprad
15. Carl Lindner: Billionaire investor and founder of United Dairy Farmers. He dropped out of high school at the age of 14 to deliver milk for his family diary.

16. Simon Cowell: Famous for his involvement in American Idols, he dropped out of school at age 16 and started his own record label “Fanfare” at the age of 23.

“Good is not enough; you’ve got to be great.” – Simon Cowell
17. Mary Kay Ash: Founder of Mary Kay Inc and best known as the most outstanding business woman in the 20th century. Mary never saw the four walls of school.

“When you reach an obstacle, turn it into an opportunity. You have the choice. You can overcome and be a winner, or you can allow it to overcome you and be a loser. The choice is yours and yours alone. Refuse to throw in the towel. Go that extra mile that failures refuse to travel. It is far better to be exhausted from success than to be rested from failure.” – Mary Kay Ash
18. Coco Chanel: Fashion magnate and founder of the Coco Chanel brand, she never saw the four walls of school.

19. Wayne Huizenga: Wayne is the only person in history to build three Fortune 1000 companies practically from scratch: Waste Management Inc, Blockbuster Entertainment and AutoNation. He is the only person to have developed six NYSE-listed companies. He also owns the Miami Dolphins and is previous owner of the Florida Marlins baseball team and the Panthers hockey team, making him the only person ever to own three pro teams in a single market, two of which won national championships. He dropped out of college to join a friend in a garbage collection business.

20. Barry Diller: This billionaire media magnate dropped out of college to start Fox Broadcasting Company. He is chairman of Expedia, and was once the CEO of IAC/InterActiveCorp which includes Home Shopping Network and Ticketmaster.

“There’s a world in which reasons are made up because reality is too painful.” – Barry Diller
21. Andrew Carnegie: Founder of Carnegie Steel Company and one of the richest men that ever lived. Born in abject poverty, Andrew never saw the four walls of school.

“I shall argue that strong men conversely know when to compromise and that all principles can be compromised to serve a greater purpose.” – Andrew Carnegie
22. Sir Philip Green: Billionaire retail mogul and owner of the Arcadia brand, he dropped out of school at the age of 16. After four business failures, Philip Green made his first million at the age of 33.

“If you’ve got a natural talent, I think it’s fantastic. If I wasn’t in retail, being a singer or a tennis player would be a better idea.” – Sir Philip Green
23. Madame C. J. Walker: She was born into the family of ex-slaves and farmers. Despite being widowed at the age of 20 and faced with extreme hardship, she started a cosmetics business and went on to become the first American self made female millionaire.

“I had to make my own living and my own opportunity! But I made it! Don’t sit down and wait for the opportunities to come. Get up and make them” – Madam C.J. Walker
24. Mark Zuckerberg: The youngest billionaire in the world, dropped out of Harvard to promote his social networking platform; Facebook. As at 2010, he was 23 years and worth $4billion.

25. Ted Turner: Billionaire drop out media mogul and founder of CNN; pledged a billion dollars to the United Nation.

“All my life, people have said that I wasn’t going to make it.” – Ted Turner
“Over a three year period, I gave away half of what I had. To be honest, my hands shook as I signed it away. I knew I was taking myself out of the race to be the richest man in the world.” – Ted Turner
26. Cornelius Vanderbilt: Dropped out of school at the age of 11, began operating his own boat at the age of 16 and became one of the richest men in history.

“If I had learned education, I would not have had time to learn anything else.” -Cornelius Vanderbilt
27. Mayer Amschel Rothschild: was born in a ghetto; started business as a money lender and built the largest private fortune in history. He never saw the four walls of school.

“Give me control over a nation’s money supply and I don’t care who make the laws.” – Mayer Amschel Rothschild
28. Ty Warner: Billionaire real estate investor, hotel owner, sole owner, CEO, and Chairman of Ty, Inc. Ty Warner is a savvy, yet private business man. Ty, Inc; made $700 million in a single year with the Beanie Babies craze without spending money on advertising. He has since expanded to include Ty Girlz dolls, directly competing with Bratz dolls.

29. Howard Hughes: Dropped out of California Institute of Technology and Rice University; founded Hughes Aircrafts and Co and went on to become a billionaire.

“I intend to be, the richest man in the world.” Howard Hughes
30. Giorgio Armani: Billionaire founder of the fashion brand; Giorgio Armani S.P.A. Dropped out of medical school at the University of Bologna because he couldn’t stand the sight of blood.

“Remain true to yourself and your philosophy.” – Giorgio Armani
Successful Entrepreneurs and World’s Richest School Drop Out Billionaires
31. Asa Candler: Founder of the Billionaire company and world’s most popular brand; Coca Cola. He dropped out of school at the age of 10.

32. Jenny Craig: With no college degree, this woman started Jenny Craig Inc from scratch and grew it to become one of the largest and most recognized companies in the weight management industry.
33. Rachael Ray: Despite having no formal training in culinary arts, Rachel Ray made a name for herself in the food industry. With numerous shows on the Food Network, a talk show and cookbooks, high-energy Rachael never slowed down. She has also appeared in magazines as well has having her own magazine debut in 2006.

34. Milton Hershey: With only a fourth grade education, Milton Hershey started his own chocolate company. Hershey’s Milk Chocolate became the first nationally marketed chocolate.

35. Frank Lloyd Wright: surpassed all odds to become the most influential architect of the twentieth century. Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than 1,100 projects with about half actually being built. He never saw the four walls of high school.

36. David Geffen: billionaire founder of Geffen Records and co-founder of DreamWorks.

“I never went to business school. I was just bumbling through a lot of my life. I was like the guy behind the curtain in the Wizard of Oz.” – David Geffen
37. Billy Joe (Red) McCombs: founder of Clear Channel media, real estate investor.

38. Craig McCaw: billionaire founder of McCaw Cellular.

39. Dave Thomas: billionaire founder of Wendy’s.

“There’s no one to stop you but yourself.” – Dave Thomas
40. ay Van Andel: billionaire co-founder of Amway.

41. Micky Jagtiani: billionaire retailer, Landmark International

42. John Paul DeJoria: billionaire co-founder of John Paul Mitchell Systems and Patron Spirits tequilla.

43. David Green: billionaire founder of Hobby Lobby.

44. Frederick “Freddy” Laker: billionaire airline entrepreneur.

45. Kirk Kerkorian: billionaire investor, owner of Mandalay Bay and Mirage Resorts, and MGM movie studio.

46. Leandro Rizzuto: billionaire founder of Conair

47. Leslie Wexner, billionaire founder of Limited Brands.

48. Marc Rich: billionaire commodities investor and founder of Marc Rich & Co.

49. S. Daniel Abraham: billionaire founder of Slim-Fast.

50. Theodore Waitt: billionaire founder of Gateway Computers.

51. Y.C. Wang: billionaire founder of Formosa Plastics.

52. Paul Allen: billionaire
 
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Wanasiasa waache kuingilia Mfumo wa Elimu yetu. Elimu ni Facts Let Darwin Theory iwe applicable. Survival of the Fittest. Na Mwanafunzi asilazimishwe Kusoma.
Kuna Watu Walidrop out from Medical Colleges. Ambapo kwa Tz mtu anaweza kushangaa Mtu kuacha udaktari kwenda kufanya Biashara!!!
 
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HAO HAPO SOME OF BILLIONAIRES AMBAO WALI DROP FROM SCHOOL!!!!
1.Bill Gates: He is the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, the world largest software company. Dropped out of Harvard to focus on building Microsoft. According to Forbes magazine, Bill Gates has held the position of the world richest man for thirteen consecutive years and he not showing a sign of letting go that position.


2. Thomas Edison: Thomas Edison was labeled dumb and scatterbrain by his school teachers but he went on to become one of the world’s greatest inventors and founded General Electric; one of the most powerful companies in the world.


3. Orji Uzor Kalu: He is one of the richest men on the soil of Africa. This young billionaire was rusticated from college for his participation in a student’s protest. Instead of lamenting over his predicament; he started trading on palm oil and from that humble beginning, he grew his business into a conglomerate “Slok Group.” Though he was later pardoned by the school authorities, he rejected the amnesty offer thereby refusing to return to school.


4. Li Ka Shing: Billionaire owner of Hutchinson Whampoa; one of the largest conglomerates in Hong Kong, with operations that span over fifty countries and more than 220,000 staff worldwide. Dropped out of school at the age of 15 and started out by selling watch bands.


5. Richard Branson: Best known for his adventurous spirit and outrageous business tactics. He dropped out of school at the age of 16 to start his first successful business venture; Student Magazine, bought his own 79-acre Caribbean island when he was just 24 and he was knighted in 1999. He is the billionaire founder of the Virgin brand and its 360 companies. His companies include the famous Virgin Atlantic Airways.


6. Lawrence J. Ellison: Larry Ellison dropped out of college twice and was told by his adoptive father that he would never amount to anything but he went on to become a billionaire by building Oracle, the world’s second largest software company.


7. Michael Dell: He dropped out of college at the age of 19 to start PC’s Limited; later renamed Dell Computers Inc. Dell became the most profitable PC manufacturer in the world making Michael Dell a billionaire.


8. Steve Jobs: Billionaire co-founder of Apple Inc and Pixar; dropped out of Reed College to start Apple.

9. Henry Ford: This automobile billionaire was born in abject poverty. He never saw the four walls of school but he went on to build Ford Motor Company and become one of the richest men that ever lived.


10. Walt Disney: Walt, regarded as the most influential animator because of his creativity with cartoons. He dropped out of high school at 16 and founded Walt Disney; a company which now has an annual revenue of about $30billion.


11. Ray Kroc: Billionaire Ray Kroc never saw the four walls of school and spent most of his life working as a salesman. He bought McDonald’s in 1961 for $2.7m and grew it into a multi billion dollar company.


12. Debbi Fields: A 20 year old housewife with no education and business experience started Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chippery and became the most successful cookie company owner. She later renamed, franchised, and then sold Mrs. Field’s Cookies.


13. Cosmos Maduka: Nigerian Elementary school drop out and billionaire founder of the Coscharis Group.

14. Ingvar Kamprad: Billionaire founder of IKEA. He dropped out of high school at the age of 17 to start IKEA; now the top home furniture retailer in the world, with over 90,000 employees working in its 200-plus stores, and annual revenues in excess of $10 billion.


15. Carl Lindner: Billionaire investor and founder of United Dairy Farmers. He dropped out of high school at the age of 14 to deliver milk for his family diary.

16. Simon Cowell: Famous for his involvement in American Idols, he dropped out of school at age 16 and started his own record label “Fanfare” at the age of 23.


17. Mary Kay Ash: Founder of Mary Kay Inc and best known as the most outstanding business woman in the 20th century. Mary never saw the four walls of school.


18. Coco Chanel: Fashion magnate and founder of the Coco Chanel brand, she never saw the four walls of school.

19. Wayne Huizenga: Wayne is the only person in history to build three Fortune 1000 companies practically from scratch: Waste Management Inc, Blockbuster Entertainment and AutoNation. He is the only person to have developed six NYSE-listed companies. He also owns the Miami Dolphins and is previous owner of the Florida Marlins baseball team and the Panthers hockey team, making him the only person ever to own three pro teams in a single market, two of which won national championships. He dropped out of college to join a friend in a garbage collection business.

20. Barry Diller: This billionaire media magnate dropped out of college to start Fox Broadcasting Company. He is chairman of Expedia, and was once the CEO of IAC/InterActiveCorp which includes Home Shopping Network and Ticketmaster.


21. Andrew Carnegie: Founder of Carnegie Steel Company and one of the richest men that ever lived. Born in abject poverty, Andrew never saw the four walls of school.


22. Sir Philip Green: Billionaire retail mogul and owner of the Arcadia brand, he dropped out of school at the age of 16. After four business failures, Philip Green made his first million at the age of 33.


23. Madame C. J. Walker: She was born into the family of ex-slaves and farmers. Despite being widowed at the age of 20 and faced with extreme hardship, she started a cosmetics business and went on to become the first American self made female millionaire.


24. Mark Zuckerberg: The youngest billionaire in the world, dropped out of Harvard to promote his social networking platform; Facebook. As at 2010, he was 23 years and worth $4billion.

25. Ted Turner: Billionaire drop out media mogul and founder of CNN; pledged a billion dollars to the United Nation.


26. Cornelius Vanderbilt: Dropped out of school at the age of 11, began operating his own boat at the age of 16 and became one of the richest men in history.


27. Mayer Amschel Rothschild: was born in a ghetto; started business as a money lender and built the largest private fortune in history. He never saw the four walls of school.


28. Ty Warner: Billionaire real estate investor, hotel owner, sole owner, CEO, and Chairman of Ty, Inc. Ty Warner is a savvy, yet private business man. Ty, Inc; made $700 million in a single year with the Beanie Babies craze without spending money on advertising. He has since expanded to include Ty Girlz dolls, directly competing with Bratz dolls.

29. Howard Hughes: Dropped out of California Institute of Technology and Rice University; founded Hughes Aircrafts and Co and went on to become a billionaire.


30. Giorgio Armani: Billionaire founder of the fashion brand; Giorgio Armani S.P.A. Dropped out of medical school at the University of Bologna because he couldn’t stand the sight of blood.


Successful Entrepreneurs and World’s Richest School Drop Out Billionaires
31. Asa Candler: Founder of the Billionaire company and world’s most popular brand; Coca Cola. He dropped out of school at the age of 10.

32. Jenny Craig: With no college degree, this woman started Jenny Craig Inc from scratch and grew it to become one of the largest and most recognized companies in the weight management industry.
33. Rachael Ray: Despite having no formal training in culinary arts, Rachel Ray made a name for herself in the food industry. With numerous shows on the Food Network, a talk show and cookbooks, high-energy Rachael never slowed down. She has also appeared in magazines as well has having her own magazine debut in 2006.

34. Milton Hershey: With only a fourth grade education, Milton Hershey started his own chocolate company. Hershey’s Milk Chocolate became the first nationally marketed chocolate.

35. Frank Lloyd Wright: surpassed all odds to become the most influential architect of the twentieth century. Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than 1,100 projects with about half actually being built. He never saw the four walls of high school.

36. David Geffen: billionaire founder of Geffen Records and co-founder of DreamWorks.


37. Billy Joe (Red) McCombs: founder of Clear Channel media, real estate investor.

38. Craig McCaw: billionaire founder of McCaw Cellular.

39. Dave Thomas: billionaire founder of Wendy’s.


40. ay Van Andel: billionaire co-founder of Amway.

41. Micky Jagtiani: billionaire retailer, Landmark International

42. John Paul DeJoria: billionaire co-founder of John Paul Mitchell Systems and Patron Spirits tequilla.

43. David Green: billionaire founder of Hobby Lobby.

44. Frederick “Freddy” Laker: billionaire airline entrepreneur.

45. Kirk Kerkorian: billionaire investor, owner of Mandalay Bay and Mirage Resorts, and MGM movie studio.

46. Leandro Rizzuto: billionaire founder of Conair

47. Leslie Wexner, billionaire founder of Limited Brands.

48. Marc Rich: billionaire commodities investor and founder of Marc Rich & Co.

49. S. Daniel Abraham: billionaire founder of Slim-Fast.

50. Theodore Waitt: billionaire founder of Gateway Computers.

51. Y.C. Wang: billionaire founder of Formosa Plastics.

52. Paul Allen: billionaire
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HAO HAPO SOME OF BILLIONAIRES AMBAO WALI DROP FROM SCHOOL!!!!
1.Bill Gates: He is the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, the world largest software company. Dropped out of Harvard to focus on building Microsoft. According to Forbes magazine, Bill Gates has held the position of the world richest man for thirteen consecutive years and he not showing a sign of letting go that position.


2. Thomas Edison: Thomas Edison was labeled dumb and scatterbrain by his school teachers but he went on to become one of the world’s greatest inventors and founded General Electric; one of the most powerful companies in the world.


3. Orji Uzor Kalu: He is one of the richest men on the soil of Africa. This young billionaire was rusticated from college for his participation in a student’s protest. Instead of lamenting over his predicament; he started trading on palm oil and from that humble beginning, he grew his business into a conglomerate “Slok Group.” Though he was later pardoned by the school authorities, he rejected the amnesty offer thereby refusing to return to school.


4. Li Ka Shing: Billionaire owner of Hutchinson Whampoa; one of the largest conglomerates in Hong Kong, with operations that span over fifty countries and more than 220,000 staff worldwide. Dropped out of school at the age of 15 and started out by selling watch bands.


5. Richard Branson: Best known for his adventurous spirit and outrageous business tactics. He dropped out of school at the age of 16 to start his first successful business venture; Student Magazine, bought his own 79-acre Caribbean island when he was just 24 and he was knighted in 1999. He is the billionaire founder of the Virgin brand and its 360 companies. His companies include the famous Virgin Atlantic Airways.


6. Lawrence J. Ellison: Larry Ellison dropped out of college twice and was told by his adoptive father that he would never amount to anything but he went on to become a billionaire by building Oracle, the world’s second largest software company.


7. Michael Dell: He dropped out of college at the age of 19 to start PC’s Limited; later renamed Dell Computers Inc. Dell became the most profitable PC manufacturer in the world making Michael Dell a billionaire.


8. Steve Jobs: Billionaire co-founder of Apple Inc and Pixar; dropped out of Reed College to start Apple.

9. Henry Ford: This automobile billionaire was born in abject poverty. He never saw the four walls of school but he went on to build Ford Motor Company and become one of the richest men that ever lived.


10. Walt Disney: Walt, regarded as the most influential animator because of his creativity with cartoons. He dropped out of high school at 16 and founded Walt Disney; a company which now has an annual revenue of about $30billion.


11. Ray Kroc: Billionaire Ray Kroc never saw the four walls of school and spent most of his life working as a salesman. He bought McDonald’s in 1961 for $2.7m and grew it into a multi billion dollar company.


12. Debbi Fields: A 20 year old housewife with no education and business experience started Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chippery and became the most successful cookie company owner. She later renamed, franchised, and then sold Mrs. Field’s Cookies.


13. Cosmos Maduka: Nigerian Elementary school drop out and billionaire founder of the Coscharis Group.

14. Ingvar Kamprad: Billionaire founder of IKEA. He dropped out of high school at the age of 17 to start IKEA; now the top home furniture retailer in the world, with over 90,000 employees working in its 200-plus stores, and annual revenues in excess of $10 billion.


15. Carl Lindner: Billionaire investor and founder of United Dairy Farmers. He dropped out of high school at the age of 14 to deliver milk for his family diary.

16. Simon Cowell: Famous for his involvement in American Idols, he dropped out of school at age 16 and started his own record label “Fanfare” at the age of 23.


17. Mary Kay Ash: Founder of Mary Kay Inc and best known as the most outstanding business woman in the 20th century. Mary never saw the four walls of school.


18. Coco Chanel: Fashion magnate and founder of the Coco Chanel brand, she never saw the four walls of school.

19. Wayne Huizenga: Wayne is the only person in history to build three Fortune 1000 companies practically from scratch: Waste Management Inc, Blockbuster Entertainment and AutoNation. He is the only person to have developed six NYSE-listed companies. He also owns the Miami Dolphins and is previous owner of the Florida Marlins baseball team and the Panthers hockey team, making him the only person ever to own three pro teams in a single market, two of which won national championships. He dropped out of college to join a friend in a garbage collection business.

20. Barry Diller: This billionaire media magnate dropped out of college to start Fox Broadcasting Company. He is chairman of Expedia, and was once the CEO of IAC/InterActiveCorp which includes Home Shopping Network and Ticketmaster.


21. Andrew Carnegie: Founder of Carnegie Steel Company and one of the richest men that ever lived. Born in abject poverty, Andrew never saw the four walls of school.


22. Sir Philip Green: Billionaire retail mogul and owner of the Arcadia brand, he dropped out of school at the age of 16. After four business failures, Philip Green made his first million at the age of 33.


23. Madame C. J. Walker: She was born into the family of ex-slaves and farmers. Despite being widowed at the age of 20 and faced with extreme hardship, she started a cosmetics business and went on to become the first American self made female millionaire.


24. Mark Zuckerberg: The youngest billionaire in the world, dropped out of Harvard to promote his social networking platform; Facebook. As at 2010, he was 23 years and worth $4billion.

25. Ted Turner: Billionaire drop out media mogul and founder of CNN; pledged a billion dollars to the United Nation.


26. Cornelius Vanderbilt: Dropped out of school at the age of 11, began operating his own boat at the age of 16 and became one of the richest men in history.


27. Mayer Amschel Rothschild: was born in a ghetto; started business as a money lender and built the largest private fortune in history. He never saw the four walls of school.


28. Ty Warner: Billionaire real estate investor, hotel owner, sole owner, CEO, and Chairman of Ty, Inc. Ty Warner is a savvy, yet private business man. Ty, Inc; made $700 million in a single year with the Beanie Babies craze without spending money on advertising. He has since expanded to include Ty Girlz dolls, directly competing with Bratz dolls.

29. Howard Hughes: Dropped out of California Institute of Technology and Rice University; founded Hughes Aircrafts and Co and went on to become a billionaire.


30. Giorgio Armani: Billionaire founder of the fashion brand; Giorgio Armani S.P.A. Dropped out of medical school at the University of Bologna because he couldn’t stand the sight of blood.


Successful Entrepreneurs and World’s Richest School Drop Out Billionaires
31. Asa Candler: Founder of the Billionaire company and world’s most popular brand; Coca Cola. He dropped out of school at the age of 10.

32. Jenny Craig: With no college degree, this woman started Jenny Craig Inc from scratch and grew it to become one of the largest and most recognized companies in the weight management industry.
33. Rachael Ray: Despite having no formal training in culinary arts, Rachel Ray made a name for herself in the food industry. With numerous shows on the Food Network, a talk show and cookbooks, high-energy Rachael never slowed down. She has also appeared in magazines as well has having her own magazine debut in 2006.

34. Milton Hershey: With only a fourth grade education, Milton Hershey started his own chocolate company. Hershey’s Milk Chocolate became the first nationally marketed chocolate.

35. Frank Lloyd Wright: surpassed all odds to become the most influential architect of the twentieth century. Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than 1,100 projects with about half actually being built. He never saw the four walls of high school.

36. David Geffen: billionaire founder of Geffen Records and co-founder of DreamWorks.


37. Billy Joe (Red) McCombs: founder of Clear Channel media, real estate investor.

38. Craig McCaw: billionaire founder of McCaw Cellular.

39. Dave Thomas: billionaire founder of Wendy’s.


40. ay Van Andel: billionaire co-founder of Amway.

41. Micky Jagtiani: billionaire retailer, Landmark International

42. John Paul DeJoria: billionaire co-founder of John Paul Mitchell Systems and Patron Spirits tequilla.

43. David Green: billionaire founder of Hobby Lobby.

44. Frederick “Freddy” Laker: billionaire airline entrepreneur.

45. Kirk Kerkorian: billionaire investor, owner of Mandalay Bay and Mirage Resorts, and MGM movie studio.

46. Leandro Rizzuto: billionaire founder of Conair

47. Leslie Wexner, billionaire founder of Limited Brands.

48. Marc Rich: billionaire commodities investor and founder of Marc Rich & Co.

49. S. Daniel Abraham: billionaire founder of Slim-Fast.

50. Theodore Waitt: billionaire founder of Gateway Computers.

51. Y.C. Wang: billionaire founder of Formosa Plastics.

52. Paul Allen: billionaire
Kwanza kabisa nisamehe nitachanganya lugha.

Pili, nimejaribu kufanya a quick search nikichukulia mfano wa US - the land of opportunities, as they claim - tuangalie a few facts:
1. Millionaires (with at least $1 million net worth) ni asilimia takribani tatu (3%) tu ya wamarekani wote. This is like 11.8 million households. Sasa how walio-dropout out of high school au hata college ni wangapi katika hiyo asilimia tatu? Na watakuwa wangapi ambao utajiri wao siyo wa kurithishwa?
2. Halafu ukiacha kumaliza tu sekondari na vyuo, hata aina ya shule na vyuo ina athari kwenye mafanikio: In 2017, 80% ya Forbes' most powerful people attended elite schools, 94% of Fortune 500 CEOs attended college/an elite school, 91% of Forbes billionaires attended college/an elite school, etc.

Kwa kifupi ni hivi:
- watu exceptional wako duniani kote lakini ni asilimia ndogo sana. Most people have to conform to the norm to survive.
- Tunahitaji asilimia kubwa ya watu wenye ujuzi na elimu kuliko matajiri na wamiliki. Simply, tajiri atamiliki viwanda na kampuni lakini watendaji bado watahitajika na hivyo watendaji lazima wawe na ujuzi - ujuzi utapatikana aidha kwa elimu ya vitendo akiwa kazini au darasani
- Bado kuna sekta nyingi zinahitaji watu walioelimika ngazi ya chuo kama kwenye fani za sayansi na sekta za fedha, sheria, usanifu, ualimu, nk

Muhimu ni kuzingatia aina na ubora wa elimu inayotolewa katika ngazi zote, hasa ngazi za awali. Vile vile namna elimu inavyotolewa ni muhimu sana kwa sababu kwa kadri teknolojia inavyobadilika na vumbuzi zinavyoongozeka, ndivyo na uwasilishaji wa elimu unahitaji kubadilika na kuakisi.

Inakadiriwa kuwa zaidi ya asilimia 30 ya fani zitakazokuwepo mwaka 2050 bado hazijavumbuliwa leo, na nyingi zitakuwa kwenye AI or a result of AI..zaidi ya asilimia 25 ya fani zilizopo leo hazitahitajika mwaka 2070 (obsolete)...2018 71% ya masaa ya kazi yanafanyika na binadamu na 29% kwa mashine (automated) ila ifikapo 2022 itakuwa 58% binadamu kwa 42% mashine.

Tumejipangaje kama taifa?

Baadhi ya vyanzo:
- https://nypost.com/2019/03/14/the-us-has-more-millionaires-than-greece-has-people/
- http://theconversation.com/the-myth-of-the-college-dropout-75760
- https://www.oecd.org/employment/future-of-work/
- http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Future_of_Jobs_2018.pdf
 

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