TRANSITION FROM COLONIALISM TO SELF-RELIANCE IN TANZANIAN EDUCATION
DOLAN, L F
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The country of Tanzania in East Africa became an independent nation in 1962 after parts of it had been colonized by the Arabs in 975 A.D. and by the Germans in the 1880's, and after forty years under British rule as a Mandated Territory of the League of Nations and a United Nations Trusteeship. The leaders of the new Republic have initiated several manpower requirement surveys and have set goals for the advancement of the country. In the fear that the simple Africanization of the school system, which had been inherited from the British, would not produce the results which the surveys indicate are necessary, the Tanzanian government is attempting to build a new system of education.
UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
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