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Edward, Geraldina; Ndijuye, Laurent Gabriel; Shukia, Richard – Global Education Review, 2022
This study explored the role of parental involvements in children's acquisition of Kiswahili pre-reading skills in Tanzania. Specifically, it compared rural public high performing schools and low performing schools. Stratified random sampling and purposive sampling were used to obtain 350 participants. Data were collected through…
Descriptors: Prereading Experience, Reading Skills, Parent Participation, African Languages
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Ndijuye, Laurent Gabriel; Mligo, Ignasia Renatus; Machumu, Maregesi A. Manyonyi – Global Education Review, 2020
Globally, there is consensus among education stakeholders that early childhood education sets a foundation for children's development, learning, and future life achievements. While global perceptions of early childhood care and education (ECCE) have been broadly explored in other parts of the world, little is known about ECCE in Tanzania even…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Foreign Countries, Educational Development, Reputation
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Basil, Pambas Tandika; Ndijuye, Laurent Gabriel – Global Education Review, 2019
There has been an increased interest among researchers and policy makers on fathers' involvement and its implications for children's wellbeing and learning. Existing empirical evidences from developed countries have documented fathers' essential role that it successfully improves children's development and learning. However, there is dearth of…
Descriptors: Fathers, Parenting Styles, Young Children, Child Rearing
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Ndijuye, Laurent Gabriel; Rao, Nirmala – Global Education Review, 2018
Over the past five decades Tanzania has hosted over two million refugees, about 200,000 of whom have been naturalized as Tanzania citizens. Children from this group face numerous challenges within the mainstream educational system. This paper considered education policy in Tanzania, with a specific focus on access to quality pre-primary education…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Citizenship, Barriers