State plans to track teen mother yet to report to schools

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State plans to track teen mother yet to report to schools
State plans to track teen mother yet to report to schools

Africa-Press – Tanzania. DAR ES SALAAM: Government says it will track down teen mothers who have not yet reported back to school.

This has been raised by the Minister for Education, Science and Technology Prof Adolph Mkenda during Utafiti Elimu Tanzania 2024 conference at Dar es Salaam University College of Dar es Salaam (DUCE) main campus in the city on Wednesday.

“From May 1st (Friday), a team from the ministry will be visiting schools to see how teen mothers are progressing and the challenges they face.

“They will also be given a chance to say what they think should be done for their lives at school to be better.

“At the same time, the team will trace the teen mothers who were given a chance to go back to school and failed to do so in order to find out the root cause for that,” he says.

The conference is done annually which brings together academic researchers and policy makers who discuss key issues related to education.

It is organised by EdTech Hub, British Council, GEEAP and other partners.

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