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    Government secondary supply teaching tabuleti

    Begins work in collaboration with U.S. institutions of Opportunity Education Trust The Government intends to provide thousands of tabuleti teaching subjects far away for students and teachers of secondary schools in the country as a way to more creative, scientific and thorough response to the challenges facing the education sector using Information Technology and Communication (ICT). To facilitate the scheme, the Government intends to enter cooperation (partnership) and nongovernmental entities of Opportunity Education Trust of the United States that today, Monday, January 27, 2014, launched a pilot program for the provision of tabuleti those for students and teachers of schools secondary in the country. Government initiative to distribute tabuleti for students and teachers of secondary schools was announced last night, Sunday, January 26, 2013 by the President of the United Republic of Tanzania Mr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete when he met and talked to the Lord Joe Ricketts, an institution of Opportunity Education Trust and one of the American rich. In talks held in the State House in Dar es Salaam, President Kikwete has explained in detail the Lord Ricketts measures taken by his government commitment to improve education since 2006, measures have contributed to expand rapidly and dramatically expanded the delivery of education in the country and the challenges that zimezuka due to the great expansion. President Kikwete has said some of these challenges is the lack of teachers, especially teachers of science, and the lack of instructional books main challenges that are solved by the use of tabuleti. "In addition to the significant expansion of opportunities for students to get knowledge of various levels, have also greatly expanded the training of teachers. In 2005, our colleges and universities offer 500 teachers were all now we are offering teachers 12,000 per year. Thus, we believe that in the next year or two, we will cover the problem of teachers of the humanities.", President Kikwete said to Ricketts and added: "But we still face a serious shortage of science teachers, like other countries. We have a shortage of 26,000 teachers in our colleges and universities and to all 2,100 teachers, they conclude. This means that you'll have to wait 13 years to finish this problem for current needs. This is not possible and this is literally the science and technology of using this kind of teaching our students." President Kikwete said that the use of instructional technology in it is easily possible because the communication network of the National Fibre Network which almost every district has reached now. President Kikwete thanked the Lord Ricketts and his institution by accepting contribute to the development of the education sector in the country by supplying the latest technology as one of the most innovative ways of teaching especially in science subjects. Under the pilot program to supply the technology, modern institution Opportunity Education Trust offers tabuleti 1100 for teachers and secondary students in school 33. Lord Ricketts, who is hosting the Omaha, Nebraska said to the president: "Here we are experimenting with Tanzania is the first country in the world among the countries that we support the development plans to benefit from the experimental program. It is our intention that after we make an assessment of the successes and challenges of this stage of the experiment, we will extend this program to involve more schools in partnership with the Government on his plan to roll this technology in all secondary schools in Tanzania." Lord Ricketts and his experts as well as government officials have begun to implement the plan today, Monday, January 27, 2014, to provide to students tabuleti High School Association ambient Nakayama Coast. After today, it will move operations Zanzibar and Pemba, before the Lord Ricketts and his experts provide tabuleti for schools in Arusha, Dar es Salaam, Dodoma, Mwanza, Kagera and Morogoro. School zinazonufaika in the program is self-government and to begin studies that are available in these tabuleti mathematics, geography, history and English.