Schools in Tanzania
Schools in Tanzania
Although Tanzania is a developing economy, the government has prioritised education since independence in 1961. Despite the country’s commitment to inclusive education, the public education system is plagued with issues related to underfunding, poor accessibility and inability to accommodate students with learning disabilities.
While it is possible for expat students to attend local public schools, most expat families opt for international schools as these tend to be better equipped to deal with the unique needs of expat children. Wealthier Tanzanians also prefer to send their children to either private or international schools.
Schools by Cities
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