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Education Research

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Transcript of Education Research

Tanzania
Sweden
Google
Millennium Goals
1. All students will be able to attend primary school by the year 2015.

2. Expand and improve comprehensive early childhood learning care and education, especially for the most disadvantaged and vulnerable children.

3.Destroy extreme poverty and hunger.

4.Reduce child mortality.
3,
Population: 43,188,000
Population: 9,495,400
Literacy Rates
Life Expectancy
Sweden:
Total: 81.1 years
Male: 78.8 years
Female: 83.5 Years
Tanzania
Total: 53.14 years
Male: 51.62 years
Female: 54.7 years
Infant Mortality Rate
4634 miles away
Background
Poverty Rate
Birth/ Death rates
Sweden
Tanzania:
Birth: 9.9-117 per thousand

Death: 13-19 per thousand
Primary: 100% Secondary: 4% Tertiary: < 1%
Tanzania:
Primary: 96% Secondary: 91% Tertiary: 31%
Enrollment Rate :
Sweden:
Dropout Rate:
Sweden:
.07%
Tanzania:
17.2%
According to Tanzania, literacy rate means anyone over 15yrs. who can read and write.
69.4%
Tanzania:
According to Sweden, literacy rate means anyone above 15yrs. who can read and write.
99%
Sweden:
65.74 deaths out of 1000 births
Tanzania:
3 deaths out of 1000 births
Sweden:
49% are below the poverty line
Slum population: 65%
10% unemployment rate
Tanzania:
7% are below the poverty line.
4.7% unemployment rate.
Sweden:
School Stats
1. It helps the economy

2. Opens up gateways to ideas
Barriers to education:
In Sweden, being a foreigner, financial problems/ tuition fees , experience, and support are considered barriers.
In Tanzania, lack of basic resources , health, classroom learning environment, sanitation, attitudes, and infrastructure are considered barriers.
Timeline:
1950
1970
1964: Tanzania won its independence
1960
1980
1997: Sweden passes the Swedish Education Act , which allows students to have free lunches.
1990
2006: Sweden passes the act prohibiting discrimination and other degrading treatment of children,
2000
A look into the schools of each country:
2010
1905: Sweden became its own country when it split form Norway.

Why is education important to a country?
&
Birth: 40-42 per thousand
Death: 10.6 per thousand
49% are below the poverty line
Slum population: 65%
10% unemployment rate
Access to safe water: 49-54%
Sources:
http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/
http://www.unicef.org/education/index.php
http://www.ststs.uis.unesco.org/en
http://campaignforeducation.org
http://www.indexmundi.com
http://www.eldis.org
http://heritage-history.com
http://www.publicservice.co.uk
http://www.populastst.info
http://www.expertscoloumn.com
http://www.sbc.se
http://www.worldstat.info
1964-1985 AD: Tanzania places great importance on education with excellent results.
1709 AD: Poland, Russia, and Denmark had a 21 year war with Sweden.
2011: Sweden enforced a new consolidated curriculum which contains new goals and guidelines.
1998: Sweden gives six year old the oppurtunity to go to kindergarden.
1997: Tanzania's government developed a basic education plan
1907: German government built 88 schools in Tanzania.
1970: Dar es Saleem, the oldest university, was built.
Sweden:
School years lasts from August to June.
School days are from 8:15 to 3:30p.m.
Students are required to learn English, Swedish, natural sciences, math, language,religion, and cultures etc.
Tanzania:
Students start school before dawn and end at 4:30 p.m.
There are about 70 students per class.
There are 8 to 12 students per class.
Students are required to learn English, Swahili, math, civics, government, science, and history etc.
www.justlanded.com
www.swedishculturalcenter.org
www.vittra.se/linkclick.aspx
www.life-in-dor.com
www.commons.wikimedia.com
www.scattergood.me
www.classbase.com
www.education.stateuniversity.com
www.tanzania.go.tz
www.guardiannews.com
www.mombostennpunt.org
Thank for watching.
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