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Meeting the Demands of the New Job Market in Tanzania

A few years ago, graduates in Tanzania were the most assured people in the country of getting all good jobs that were available. It was uncommon to find a graduate with an added advantage of a good performance searching for a job... Read More

Learning Happens Everywhere and Always

We learn best when we are immersed in learning experiences that are active, engaged, meaningful, and interactive. This could be through experiential learning, small team projects, study trips, exploration of current events, use of... Read More

10 Reasons Why I Love Being a Mentor

I started teaching in 2012, and I have taught at different levels and institutions. But being a teacher who is a Quest Forward mentor has been one of the better parts of my career so far. And here are my reasons why I love being a... Read More

Mtakuja Makes the Grade: A+!

Shortly after Tanzania gained independence in 1961, the government began to emphasize the importance of education. Since that time, the government occasionally sends Zonal Quality Assurance Teams to inspect schools and make sure they... Read More

Tanzanian Schools Look to the Future

When Quest Forward Learning schools in Tanzania began writing courses, or quests, at the beginning of 2016, everything around the idea of this new curriculum was very abstract. The dream was made real by January 2017, when we... Read More

Mtakuja Milestones: Students Make Great Strides

In this, my third year as a mentor, I have seen my students grow drastically as they utilize the Quest Forward Learning platform. The following are ways in which this method has made a positive impact on students at Mtakuja Secondary... Read More

Cultural Contact: Sharing Artifacts Across the Globe

The Quest Forward Learning Global Learning Program connects Foundation and Exploration students (traditionally freshmen and sophomores) at Quest Forward Academy in Omaha with students at Mtakuja Secondary school in Tanzania. These two... Read More

Good Habits Are Essential: How Quest Forward Learning Changes Classroom Behavior

The introduction of the Six Essential Habits of Quest Forward Learning has created positive changes in providing supportive discipline to students in Tanzania. Previously, the primary form of discipline used by teachers was corporal... Read More

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