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Why Making Artifacts is Integral to Learning

Students in secondary schools can demonstrate learning in a variety of ways beyond exams. For students at Quest Forward Schools in Tanzania, one such method is the creation of artifacts. Artifacts are work products that students... Read More

How Schools Can Close the Skills Gap

We can close the skills gap in the Tanzanian workforce by helping secondary students to develop the skills that an industrialized economy needs.... Read More

Career Day Enlightens Secondary School Students

Our first annual Career Day helped Quest Forward students broaden their perspectives about the paths that are available to them after secondary school, and also inspired them to reflect upon their interests, goals, and purpose.... Read More

In Challenging Times, Students Need Essential Habits

Quest Forward students were uniquely prepared for the 2020 school closure in Tanzania, having learned 6 Essential Habits that help them overcome any of life's challenges.... Read More

Distance Learning in Tanzania: What We Learned

When schools in Tanzania closed, Quest Forward Schools shifted to distance learning with successful outcomes while overcoming significant challenges.... Read More

Empowering Students’ Futures: The Pathways Program

The Pathways Program will empower secondary students for a successful career after school, with knowledge, skills, and guidance to make informed decisions.... Read More

How Quest Forward Helps My Child’s Post-Secondary School Goals

I enrolled my son, Joshua, in a Quest Forward Learning secondary school because I want him to be prepared and equipped to make the right decision for him and his life. I want him to be a value creator. And I want him to make informed... Read More

Learning Continues in Homes Across Tanzania

The first case of the new Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Tanzania was reported on Monday, March 16. Subsequently, the next day, Tuesday, March 17, all primary and secondary schools, as well as colleges and universities, were... Read More