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Tanzania Engaging the Private Sector in Education : SABER Country Report 2015

EDUCATIONALOUTCOMES PRIMARY SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION BASIC SERVICES HEADTEACHER BASIC EDUCATION PRIMARY ENROLMENT FORMAL EDUCATION TEACHERS SCHOOL ENROLMENT SCHOOLING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION ACADEMICYEAR SCHOOL DAY PRIMARY EDUCATION PUBLIC EQUALOPPORTUNITIES BASICEDUCATION EDUCATIONPROVIDERS STATE SCHOOLS TEACHER QUALIFICATION PUBLICSCHOOL ACCESS TO EDUCATION STUDENTENROLMENTS KNOWLEDGE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION QUALITY OF EDUCATION TRAINING PRIVATE SCHOOLS SPECIAL EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOLS UNIVERSALPRIMARYEDUCATION SCHOOLLIFE SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT OUTCOMES LEARNINGENVIRONMENT STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SCHOOL AUTONOMY LEARNING EDUCATIONALFACILITIES SCHOOL QUALITY STUDENTACHIEVEMENT SCHOOL COMPLETION PRIMARYSCHOOLS SCHOOLPERFORMANCE PASS RATE SCHOOL LEVEL PRIVATE SCHOOLS PRIMARYLEVEL LIBRARIES SCHOOL ENTRY EDUCATION SYSTEMS RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS NET ENROLMENT GENDERPARITY QUALITY LEARNING TEACHER EDUCATION PRIMARYSCHOOLLEAVINGEXAMINATION PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PRIMARYEDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOMES CURRICULARACTIVITIES CURRICULUM DELIVERY SCHOOLINSPECTIONS SECONDARYSCHOOL STUDENT PERFORMANCE VOCATIONALTRAINING NATIONAL EDUCATION SYSTEM SCHOOL LEADERS STUDENTOUTCOMES PRIMARYͲEDUCATION SCHOOLPOLICIES RURALSCHOOLS STATE EDUCATION SCHOOLCLIMATE SCHOOL LIBRARIES CURRICULUM TEACHER PRIVATESCHOOLS QUALITY OF EDUCATION SERVICES PRIMARY ENROLMENT RATE ACCESS TO SECONDARY EDUCATION RIGHTTOEDUCATION EDUCATION TUITIONFEE CLASS SIZES COMMUNITY SCHOOL SCHOOL AUTONOMY PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS FORMALEDUCATION PUBLIC SCHOOLS SCHOOL EDUCATION SCHOOL PLACES FEES LOCALSCHOOLS SCHOOL INSPECTIONS BASICEDUCATIONSERVICES CLASSROOMS SCHOOL SECONDARY EDUCATION STUDENT LEARNING PUBLICSECONDARYSCHOOLS PRIVATEEDUCATION SKILLS RATE OF ENROLMENT SCHOOLFACILITIES PRIMARY SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION SECONDARYSCHOOLS PRIVATE SCHOOLS EDUCATIONSERVICES STATE SCHOOLS EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES QUALIFIEDTEACHERS SCHOOLSTUDENTS LEVELS OF EDUCATION HEAD TEACHER FREE SCHOOLS SCHOOLLEVEL SCHOOLCULTURE CLASSSIZES SCHOOLIMPROVEMENTPLAN TEACHERSALARIES PRIVATE PRIVATE HIGHSCHOOL TEXTBOOKS EDUCATIONOUTCOMES SCHOOLLEADERS PRIVATE ENROLMENT EDUCATION POLICIES STUDENTLEARNING SCHOOLEXPANSION LEARNINGOUTCOMES LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES RELIGIOUS EDUCATION EDUCATION SYSTEM SCHOOLAUTONOMY TEACHER SALARIES PRIMARY SCHOOL CURRICULUMIMPLEMENTATION TEACHING SCHOOLLEAVINGEXAMINATION DEMANDFOREDUCATION PRIMARYENROLMENT PRIMARY SCHOOLS SCHOOLIMPROVEMENT SECONDARY EDUCATION READING PRIMARY SCHOOL BASIC EDUCATION SYSTEM PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ON EDUCATION CURRICULUM DESIGN NATIONALEDUCATION SCHOOLS CLASSSIZE EDUCATION SERVICES PROVISION OF EDUCATION FREE PRIMARY EDUCATION EDUCATIONCYCLE STUDENTLEARNINGOUTCOMES ACCESSTOSECONDARYEDUCATION PRIVATE EDUCATION STUDENT TEACHERS NATIONAL EDUCATION CLASS SIZE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ACADEMICSUCCESS EDUCATIONCURRICULUM RIGHT TO EDUCATION SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS STATESCHOOLS SCHOOL SCHOOLS EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES EDUCATION PROVIDERS QUALITY EDUCATION TEACHERRATIO SCHOOL PERFORMANCE EDUCATIONAL ACCESS SCHOOL SUPERVISION ACHIEVEMENTOUTCOMES PRIMARY LEVEL PRIMARYSCHOOL PUBLICPRIMARYSCHOOLS ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION SECONDARYEDUCATION PRIMARY EDUCATION PEDAGOGICAL MATERIALS EDUCATIONSYSTEMS SCHOOL OWNERSHIP ENROLMENT RATE PRIVATESCHOOL PROVISIONOFEDUCATION ACADEMICATTAINMENT ATTENDANCE RATE LOWER SECONDARY EDUCATION PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE SCHOOL
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania
2015-11-17T22:37:14Z | 2015-11-17T22:37:14Z | 2015

As countries redouble their efforts to achieve learning for all at the primary and secondary levels, the private sector is a resource for adding capacity to the education system. This report presents an analysis of how effectively the current policies in Tanzania engage the private sector in basic (primary and secondary) education. The analysis draws on the engaging the private sector (EPS) framework, a product of the World Bank’s systems approach for better education results (SABER). SABER EPS research in Tanzania has found that access to primary education is nearly universal; however enrolments at the secondary level are low. The report provides an overview of SABER EPS, followed by a description of the basic education system in Tanzania, with a focus on the private sector and government policies related to private provision of education. The report benchmarks Tanzania’s policy environment utilizing the SABER EPS framework, and finally offers policy options to enhance learning for all children in primary and secondary school.

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