60bn/- textbooks stranded in publishers’ warehouses
AS the country struggles to improve the quality of education and enrollment of students into primary and secondary schools countrywide, it has been revealed that textbooks worth 60bn/- have been laying idle in publishing houses for the last two years. The revelation was made by the Publishers Association of Tanzania (PATA) in Dar es Salaam last week. The books should have been in classrooms all over the country where students and teachers alike have been decrying shortages of the learning materials...
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