INTRODUCTION Scholars agree that every human being has the right to get quality and equitable basic education in spite of one’s physical, intellectual, emotional, social and linguistic or any other conditions. Children with special needs, however, experience difficulties to attain their basic education that is … › Read more

The “Mwangaza Education Centre” works hand in hand with the church administered schools of Tanzania. Every year we offer seminars for about 40 teachers. We also visit schools and run various programmes to help teachers improve their teaching. This year, we decided to motivate teachers … › Read more

The Tanzanian government has recently issued a statement requiring teachers and educators to be cautious about implementing corporal punishment. The government’s statement results from several events which affected both students and teachers: in the Kilimanjaro and Kagera regions, three students were beaten to death. In … › Read more

You cannot buy Pleasure

You cannot buy pleasure – but you can buy digital transformation Six protestant schools in Congo and Rwanda in search of more empowerment and independence   Six protestant schools from the Congo and Rwanda have been known for their sustainable and successful pedagogy for many … › Read more