Provision of Pre-Primary Education as a Basic Right in Tanzania: Reflections from Policy Documents

@article{Mtahabwa2010ProvisionOP,
  title={Provision of Pre-Primary Education as a Basic Right in Tanzania: Reflections from Policy Documents},
  author={Lyabwene M. Mtahabwa},
  journal={Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood},
  year={2010},
  volume={11},
  pages={353 - 364}
}
  • Lyabwene M. Mtahabwa
  • Published 1 December 2010
  • Education, Political Science
  • Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood
This study sought to assess provision of pre-primary education in Tanzania as a basic right through analyses of relevant policy documents. Documents which were published over the past decade were considered, including educational policies, action plans, national papers, the Basic Education Statistics in Tanzania documents, strategy documents, documents representing the views of the people, and the Tanzania Development Vision 2025. Critical discourse analysis guided the process of analysis. The… 
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