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Periodical articleSifuna, Daniel N. (2012)
Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) in Sub-Saharan Africa: a critical but neglected sector of education
Papers in Education and Development. #31. p. 129-149.

Periodical articleLyakurwa, Suitbert (2012)
Students' intelligence and causal attributions for academic under-achievement among secondary school students in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #31. p. 102-128.

Periodical articleMosha, Herme (2012)
The state and quality of education in Tanzania: a reflection
Papers in Education and Development. #31. p. 61-76.

Periodical articleMkumbo, Kitila (2012)
Reflections on the 2010 National Form Four Examinations in Tanzania: debunking the myths
Papers in Education and Development. #31. p. 46-60.

Periodical articleKomba, Aneth (2012)
Looking backward and forward: gainers and losers in Tanzania's primary education system
Papers in Education and Development. #31. p. 21-45.

Periodical articleMukandala, Rwekaza S. (2012)
Fifty years of generating and advancing knowledge: the University of Dar es Salaam's experience and outlook for the years ahead
Papers in Education and Development. #31. p. 1-20.

Periodical articleMosha, Herme J. (2011)
Towards managing educational institutions for excellence and perfection
Papers in Education and Development. #30. p. 179-205.

Periodical articleMaro, Cyprian N. (2011)
Purpose of physical education as perceived by PE students: the goal-orientation approach
Papers in Education and Development. #30. p. 154-178.

Periodical articleBabaci-Wilhite, Zehlia and Geo-JaJa, Macleans A. (2011)
A critique and rethink of 'modern education' in Africa's development in the 21st century
Papers in Education and Development. #30. p. 133-153.

Periodical articleBhalalusesa, Eustella Peter (2011)
'Education for all' initiatives and the barriers to educating girls and young women in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #30. p. 104-132.

Periodical articleIshengoma, Johnson M. (2011)
The socio-economic background of students enrolled in private higher education institutions in Tanzania: implications for equity
Papers in Education and Development. #30. p. 53-103.

Periodical articleKafanabo, Eugenia J. (2011)
The relationship between learners' intelligence profiles and performance in computer application skills
Papers in Education and Development. #30. p. 1-33.

Periodical articleMtahabwa, Lyabwene (2010)
Introducing media education in the early childhood curriculum in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 156-173.

Periodical articleTungaraza, Frida D. (2010)
Accomplishments and challenges facing students with disabilities at the University of Dar es Salaam: thirty years of navigating The Hill
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 134-155.

Periodical articleSima, Rebecca G. (2010)
The challenges in the provision of counselling services in secondary schools in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 113-133.

Periodical articleMbamba, Ulingeta O.L. (2010)
Should schools be smaller? The size-performance relationship in Tanzania's advanced certificate of secondary education results of 2004 to 2009
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 92-112.

Periodical articleKitta, S. and Tilya, F. (2010)
The status of learner-centred learning and assessment in Tanzania in the context of the competence-based curriculum
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 77-91.

Periodical articleMkumbo, Kitila A.K. (2010)
Correlates of teachers' attitudes towards and comfort in teaching school-based sex education in urban and rural Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 57-76.

Periodical articleTilya, F. and Mafumiko, F. (2010)
The compatibility between teaching methods and competence-based curriculum in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 37-56.

Periodical articleVuzo, Mwajuma (2010)
Exclusion through language: a reflection on classroom discourse in Tanzanian secondary schools
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 14-36.

Periodical articleIshumi, Abel G. (2010)
On becoming a 'School of Education': our mission as educators
Papers in Education and Development. #29. p. 1-13.

Periodical articleChengula, Apium L. (2008)
Psychosocial barriers to parent-youth communication on HIV/AIDS prevention and reproductive health: a case study of Magugu community, Babati, Manyara Region, Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #28. p. 83-101.

Periodical articleMwenisongole, Kevin Burton (2008)
The effectiveness of juvenile rehabilitation institutions in changing juvenile delinquency behaviour: the case of Irambo Approved School
Papers in Education and Development. #28. p. 61-82.

Periodical articleMkumbo, Kitila and Tungaraza, Frida D. (2007)
Parents' views and attitudes towards school-based sex and relationships education in rural and urban Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #27. p. 171-188.

Periodical articleGalabawa, J.C.J. (2007)
Financing education in industrialised countries and lessons for Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #27. p. 151-170.

Periodical articleDachi, H.A. (2007)
Budget performance in implementing the Tanzania education sector development programme (ESDP): implications for higher and technical education expansion
Papers in Education and Development. #27. p. 124-150.

Periodical articleTungaraza, F.D. (2007)
Improving mathematics performance through instructional feedback and praise techniques
Papers in Education and Development. #27. p. 111-123.

Periodical articleJegede, S. (2007)
A comparative study of the academic performance of part time and full time undergraduate students
Papers in Education and Development. #27. p. 101-110.

Periodical articleMutarubukwa, F.B. (2007)
Practical implications of the management of the competence based education and training curriculum in the vocational training institutions
Papers in Education and Development. #27. p. 79-100.

Periodical articleQorro, Martha (2007)
Language of instruction and its effects on the quality of education
Papers in Education and Development. #27. p. 56-78.

Periodical articleAnangisye, W.A.L. (2007)
Researching teacher misdemeanours in Tanzania: the methodological issues and implications for data generation
Papers in Education and Development. #27. p. 28-55.

Periodical articleKomba, Willy L.M. (2007)
Teacher professional development in Tanzania: perceptions and practices
Papers in Education and Development. #27. p. 1-27.

Periodical articleGalabawa, J.C.J. and Lwaitama, A.F. (2006)
Experiences in extending the use of an African indigenous language as a language of instruction from primary to secondary education: the case of Kiswahili in Tanzania in the LOITASA Project
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 162-179.

Periodical articleAdamu, R. (2006)
The change of language of instruction from Kiswahili to English in Tanzanian diploma teacher training colleges: a case of Morogoro and Mtwara TTCs
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 157-161.

Periodical articleMpemba, T. (2006)
Reluctance to sanction Kiswahili instructional medium in post-primary education: how do the learners and their instructors cope with or resist the English medium policy?
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 150-156.

Periodical articleAlphonce, N. (2006)
The language of education, literacy and self identity: implications for Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 130-149.

Periodical articleKadeghe, M. (2006)
Code switching in Tanzanian classrooms: asset or liability?
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 116-129.

Periodical articleRugemalira, J.M. (2006)
Theoretical and practical challenges in a Tanzanian English medium primary school
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 89-115.

Periodical articleBrock-Utne, Birgit (2006)
Language of instruction and poverty alleviation
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 60-88.

Periodical articleDachi, H.A. (2006)
Investing in children's right to learn through the language of teaching and learning: an investment in human capital
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 42-59.

Periodical articleMasudi, A. (2006)
The need for an appropriate medium of instruction in secondary education and institutions of higher learning in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 32-41.

Periodical articleChonjo, P.N. (2006)
Language and learning: what role does the language of instruction play in learning?
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 20-31.

Periodical articleTilya, F.N. (2006)
Language of instruction and learning: implications of equity, quality and poverty alleviation
Papers in Education and Development. #26. p. 1-19.

Periodical articleKatabaro, J.K. (2004)
Teachers' attitudes and perceived threats due to HIV/AIDS in Tanzania: experiences from Bukoba District in Karega Region
Papers in Education and Development. #24. p. 149-168.

Periodical articleOkuni, A. (2004)
Basic education and poverty reduction: policy implications of poor people's perceptions and meaning of education in Uganda
Papers in Education and Development. #24. p. 126-148.

Periodical articleDavidson, E.G. (2004)
Quality education for all? insights from case study primary schools in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #24. p. 109-125.

Periodical articleGalabawa, J.C.J. (2004)
Enhancing efficiency, quality and relevance in an education system: a Kenya case study
Papers in Education and Development. #24. p. 86-108.

Periodical articleAlphonce, N. (2004)
The creation of transitory workforce in institutions of higher education in developing countries: examples from Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #24. p. 69-85.

Periodical articleMosha, H.J. (2004)
New directions in teacher education for quality improvement in Africa
Papers in Education and Development. #24. p. 45-68.

Periodical articleNeke, S.M. and Mafu, S.T.A. and Ndoloi, D.B. (2004)
Revisiting the inescapable alliance: a review of school textbook, schooling and ideology
Papers in Education and Development. #24. p. 25-44.

Periodical articleIshumi, A.G.M. (2004)
The place of research in a myriad of competing knowledge bases: selected cases of dilemmas in development arising from a relegation of research-based knowledge
Papers in Education and Development. #24. p. 1-24.

Periodical articleKomba, W.L.M. and Ndumbaro, L. (2003)
Towards a coordinated national civic education strategy in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #23. p. 147-167.

Periodical articleNdalichako, J.L. (2003)
Bachelor of education student's attitude towards statistics: issues and concerns in learning statistics
Papers in Education and Development. #23. p. 127-146.

Periodical articlePuja, G.K. (2003)
Gender violence in Tanzanian university campuses
Papers in Education and Development. #23. p. 110-126.

Periodical articleShehu, J. and Akpata, D. and Ogundare, O. and Mziray, S. and Kirimbai, R. (2003)
Tanzanian school girls, sport and patriarchal logic: preliminary data from an exploratory study
Papers in Education and Development. #23. p. 86-109.

Periodical articleBhalalusesa, E.P. (2003)
Beyond access: an analysis of girls' and women's participation and performance in education in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #23. p. 69-85.

Periodical articleGarrett, R.M. and Dachi, H.A. (2003)
Working children: parallels and paradoxes for education and development
Papers in Education and Development. #23. p. 46-68.

Periodical articlePossi, M.K. (2003)
The relevance of special schools for the gifted and talented in the Tanzania education system
Papers in Education and Development. #23. p. 24-45.

Periodical articleMmbaga, D.R. (2003)
Inclusive education in Tanzania and the global discourse
Papers in Education and Development. #23. p. 1-23.

Periodical articleOmari, I.M. and Osaki, K.M. (2002)
The fallacy of open air group learning
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 130-143.

Periodical articleAlphonce, N. (2002)
Trends and strategies in the tide of transformation of higher education in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 117-129.

Periodical articleShehu, J. (2002)
Indigenous games as counterparts to modern sports
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 104-116.

Periodical articleOmari, I.M. (2002)
The essence of partnership and interlinks in the provision of education in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 82-103.

Periodical articleOgundare, O. (2002)
The role of physical education in the total development of the child
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 74-81.

Periodical articleMuganda, C.K. (2002)
Educational markets and social justice in contemporary education policy reforms
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 57-73.

Periodical articleMushi, P.S.D. (2002)
How science teachers conceptualize teacher resource centres in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 47-56.

Periodical articleMushoriwa, T.D. (2002)
Self perceived and measured study strategies among college students
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 28-38.

Periodical articleMbelle, A.V.Y. (2002)
The prospects of achieving the targets of education for all in African economies
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 18-27.

Periodical articleAgwubike, E.O. (2002)
Instructional technology and universal basic education in Nigeria
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. 1-9.

Periodical articleOmari, I.M. (2002)
Education in Tanzania since independence
Papers in Education and Development. #22. p. v-xiii.

Periodical articleKoda, M.G. (2001)
The role of instructional media and technology in classroom instruction
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 138-146.

Periodical articleMalekela, G.A. and Ndeki, A.S. (2001)
Access and equity in basic education in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 125-137.

Periodical articleKapoli, I.J. (2001)
Awareness of the language of literacy and the teaching and learning of writing
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 111-123.

Periodical articleSambo, W.A.L. (2001)
The role of private tuition in secondary education in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 96-110.

Periodical articleShehu, J. (2001)
Core curriculum and co-curricular activities in education and youth development
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 84-95.

Periodical articleOmari, Issa M. (2001)
Gender Equity: Issues and Interventions in Girls Education in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 52-83.

Periodical articleChonjo, P. and Welford, G. (2001)
Reasons for the poor performance of students in A-level science examinations in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 39-51.

Periodical articleWort, M.A.A. (2001)
The role of language in teacher education in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 26-38.

Periodical articleDasu, M.M. (2001)
Effective teacher education for effective classroom teaching
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 14-25.

Periodical articleGalabawa, J.C.J. and Agu, A.O. (2001)
Advocacy, mobilization and partnership building for education and literacy for all in Tanzania: moving from rhetoric to reality
Papers in Education and Development. #21. p. 1-13.

Periodical articleRubagumya, C.M. (1999)
Choosing the language of instruction in post-colonial Africa: lessons from Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #20. p. 125-145.

Periodical articleKiwia, S.F.N. (1999)
Development and sustenance of the teachers resource centre strategy in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #20. p. 110-124.

Periodical articleBhalalusesa, E. (1999)
What retains students in the programme? reflections from the Open University in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #20. p. 95-109.

Periodical articleMushi, P.A.K. (1999)
Distance education in Tanzania: emerging issues and implications for reforms
Papers in Education and Development. #20. p. 83-94.

Periodical articleOsaki, K.M. (1999)
Environmental education research in Eastern & Southern Africa region: emerging issues and concerns
Papers in Education and Development. #20. p. 73-82.

Periodical articleKomba, W.L.M. (1999)
Citizenship education in post-socialist plural Tanzania: teachers' perception of their role
Papers in Education and Development. #20. p. 53-72.

Periodical articleKatunzi, N.B. and Manda, S. (1999)
Complementary basic education for Tanzania (COBET)
Papers in Education and Development. #20. p. 37-52.

Periodical articleMasudi, A. (1999)
The predicament of private education in Tanzania: quantity versus quality
Papers in Education and Development. #20. p. 18-36.

Periodical articlePossi, M.K. (1999)
The place of special children in educational reforms in Tanzania: a critique
Papers in Education and Development. #20. p. 1-17.

Periodical articleTema, E.B. (1998)
Education with production programs and attitudinal change: the Tanzanian experience
Papers in Education and Development. #19. p. 89-95.

Periodical articleMahenge, S.T. (1998)
Modular instruction in Tanzanian primary schools
Papers in Education and Development. #19. p. 74-88.

Periodical articleKibera, W.L. (1998)
Reforming education in Kenya: pupils and teachers' assessment of a vocationally based curriculum
Papers in Education and Development. #19. p. 60-73.

Periodical articleMalekela, G.A. (1998)
Decentralization of education planning and management: the district focus strategy
Papers in Education and Development. #19. p. 51-59.

Periodical articleKomba, W.L.M. (1998)
Disciplinarity versus multidisciplinarity in the social studies curriculum in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #19. p. 38-50.

Periodical articleOtunga, Ruth N. (1998)
Gender Differentiation in Kenya's Formal Education System
Papers in Education and Development. #19. p. 27-37.

Periodical articleMushi, P.A.K. (1998)
Community-based adult education interventions in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #19. p. 17-26.

Periodical articleMpango, P.I.N. and Mushi, D.P. (1998)
Financing primary education in Tanzania: impact and prospects of the matching grant and targeted subsidy mode of cost sharing
Papers in Education and Development. #19. p. 1-16.

Periodical articleOmari, I.M. and Sumra, S.A. (1997)
The emerging research paradigms: participatory research approaches
Papers in Education and Development. #18. p. 145-163.

Periodical articleQoro, M. (1997)
The role and place of language in education and society: the case of Kiswahili and English in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #18. p. 129-144.

Periodical articleMbonile, M.J. (1997)
Quota system and educational mobility in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #18. p. 110-128.

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