Overcrowding and shortage of desks in public schools may soon become a thing of the past, said Mwanaidi Saleh of Tanzania’s Ministry of Education and Vocational Training. Saleh anticipates that school congestion will end within three years, and that most construction will be complete by December 2012, thanks in part to the World Bank and other development partners. If all goes as planned, each district in Tanzania will have at least one new modern school with a computer room, a library, and a laboratory.
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