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The United Republic of TanzaniaPresident's OfficeRegional Administration and LocalGovernmentPre-Primary, Primary and SecondaryEducation Statistics in Brief2016

TABLE OF CONTENTSPageAbbreviationsPrefaceSystem and Structure of Education and TrainingMethodologyGlossaryEnrolment of Learners in Basic Education Subectors by levelsEnrolment Learners in Basic Education Subectors by SexSummary Table of Basic Statistics in Basic EducationSubectors1.0.Pre-Primary EducationTable 1.1:Total Enrolment in Government and NonGovernment Schools/Streams by Sex, 20122016Chart 1.1:Total Enrolment in Government and NonGovernment Schools/Streams by Sex, 2009 2016Table 1.2:Enrolment of Pupils by Ownership and Sex,2016Chart 1.2Trend in Enrolment of Non-Tanzanian Pupilsby Citizenship and Sex, 2012-2014 and 2016Table 1.3:Gross and Net Intake Rates (GIR and NIR) inGovernment and Non-GovernmentSchools/Streams by Region and Sex, 2016

Table 1.4:Gross and Net Enrolment Rates (GER andNER) and Gender Parity Index (GPI) inGovernment and Non-GovernmentSchools/Streams by Region and Sex, 2016Chart 1.3:Net and Gross Enrolment Ratios (%) (NER andGER) for Government and Non-GovernmentSchools/Streams, 2010 - 2013 and 2016Table 1.5:Number of Pupils with Disabilities inGovernment and Non-GovernmentSchools/Streams, by Region, Type of Disabilityand Sex, 2016Table 1.6:Number of Orphan Pupils in Government andNon- Government Schools/Streams byRegion, Type and Sex 2016Table 1.7:Number of Vulnerable Pupils in Governmentand Non-Government Schools/Streams byRegion, Type of Vulnerability and Sex, 2016Table 1.8:Pupil Qualified Teacher Ratio and Number ofStreams in Government and NonGovernment Schools/Streams, 2012 – 2016Table 1.9:Pupil Qualified Teacher Ratio and Teachers byQualification in Government and NonGovernment Schools/Streams, 2016Table 1.10:Pupil Qualified Teacher Ratio and Teachers byQualification in Government Schools/Streams,2016Table 1.11:Teacher Absenteeism in Government andNon-Government Schools/ Streams byDuration and Sex, 2016

Table 1.12:Teacher Absenteeism in Government andNon-Government Schools/Streams by Reasonand Sex, 2016Table 1.13:Availability of ICT Equipment in Governmentand Non-Government Schools/Streams, 2016Table 1.14:Number of Government and NonGovernment Schools/Streams with ElectricPower by Source, 20162.0.Primary EducationTable 2.1:Standard I-VII Enrolment in Government andNon-Government Schools by Sex and Grade,2012 - 2016Chart 2.1:Standard I-VII Enrolment in Government andNon-Government Schools by Grade, 2012 2016Chart 2.2:Comparison of Total Enrolment of Pupils inPrimary School, 1961 - 2016Table 2.2:Total Enrolment of Non-Tanzanians Pupils byCitizenship, Grade and Sex, 2016Table 2.3:Trend in Enrolment of Non-Tanzanians Pupilsby Citizenship and Sex, 2011-2016Table 2.4:Standard I-VII Enrolment in Government andNon-Government Schools by Age, Sex andPercentage Distribution, 2012-2016Table 2.5:Enrolment of Pupils with Pre-PrimaryEducation in Std I as Percentage of TotalEnrolment of Std I in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Age, Sex andPercentage, 2012–2014 and 2016

Table 2.6:Gross and Net Intake Rates (GIR and NIR) forStandard I in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Age and Sex,2011–2014 and 2016Table 2.7:Gross and Net Intake Rates (GIR and NIR) inGovernment and Non-Government Schoolsby Sex and Region, 2016Table 2.8:Gross and Net Enrolment Ratio (GER andNER) in Percentage and Gender Parity Index(GPI) in Government and Non-GovernmentSchools by Sex and Region, 2016Table 2.9:Number of Orphans in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Grade and Sex, 2016Chart 2.3:Percentage of Orphan Pupils in Governmentand Non-Government Schools by Grade andSex, 2016Table 2.10:Number of Pupils with Disabilities inGovernment and Non-Government Schoolsby Type of Disability, Grade and Sex, 2016Chart 2.4:Number of Pupils with Disabilities inGovernment and Non-Government Schoolsby Type of Disability 2016Table 2.11:Trend of Number of Disabilities inGovernment and Non-Government Schoolsby Sex, 2011-2014 and 2016Chart 2.5:Trend of Number of Disabilities inGovernment and Non-Government Schoolsby Sex, 2011-2014 and 2016

Table 2.12:Trend of Repeaters in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Sex and Grade, 20122016Chart 2.6:Trend of Repeaters in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Grades, 2011-2016Table 2.13:Number of Dropout in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Reason and Grade,2015Table 2.14:Trend in Number of Dropouts in Governmentand Non-Government Schools by Reason andSex, 2011-2015Table 2.15:Standard VII Completion Rates in Percentagein Government and Non-GovernmentSchools, 2011 – 2014 and 2016Table 2.16:Summary of Primary School LeavingExamination (PSLE) Results, 2008-2015Chart 2.7:Summary of Primary School LeavingExamination (PSLE) Results, 2008-2015Table 2.17:Primary Education Leavers in Governmentand Non-Government Schools and Form 1Enrolment, 1961-2015Chart 2.8:Transition Rate from Primary Education toSecondary Education,1961-2015 (SelectedYears)Table 2.18:Flow Rates in Government and NonGovernment Schools, 2011-2015Table 2.19:Teaching Staff, Number of Schools andStreams in Government and NonGovernment Schools, 2012-2016

Table 2.20:Number of Teachers and Pupil Teacher Ratio(PTR) in Government and Non-GovernmentSchools by Qualification, 2016Table 2.21:Number of Teachers in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Age and Region, 2016Table 2.22:Number of Pit Latrines, Classrooms and Pupilto Pit latrine/Classroom Ratios in Governmentand Non-Government Schools by Sex, 2016Table 2.23:Permanent Buildings in Government and NonGovernment Schools, 2016Table 2.24:Number Desks and Pupil Desk Ratio inGovernment and Non-Government Schoolsby Region, 2016Table 2.25:Number of Schools with Electric Power inGovernment and Non-Government by Sourceof Power, 2016Table 2.26:Distance from Schools to Councils HeadQuarters by Region, 20163.0.Secondary EducationTable 3.1:Enrolment in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Sex and Grade, 20112016Chart 3.1:Total Enrolment in Government and NonGovernment Schools, 2006-2016Table 3.2:Total Enrolment of Non-Tanzanians Pupils byCitizenship, 2016

Chart 3.2:Enrolment of Non-Tanzanians Pupils byCitizenship, 2016Chart 3.3:Secondary Education Comparative EnrolmentTrend, 1973-2016Table 3.3:Gross and Net Enrolment Ratios forGovernment and Non-Government SchoolsForm 1-4, 2012-2016Table 3.4:Gross (GER) and Net (NER) Enrolment Ratiosfor Government and Non-GovernmentSchools Form 5&6, 2012-2016Table 3.5:Gross (GER) and Net (NER) Enrolment Ratiosfor Government and Non-GovernmentSchools, Form 1-6, 2012-2016Chart 3.4:Trend in Net Enrolment Ratios (NERs) forGovernment and Non-Government Schools,2011- 2016Chart 3.5:Trend in Gross Enrolment Ratios (GERs) forGovernment and Non-Government Schools,2011-2016Table 3.6:Completion Rates Trend in Government andNon-Gcvernent Schools Form 4 Students byAge and Sex, 2011-2013 and 2016Table 3.7:Number of Pupils with Disabilities inGovernment and Non-Government Schoolsby Type of Disability, Grade and Sex, 2016Table 3.8:Number of Orphan Pupils in Government andNon-Government Schools by Level and Sex,2016

Table 3.9:Number of Vulnerable Pupils in Governmentand Non-Government Schools by Region,Type of Vulnerability, Grade and Sex, 2016Table 3.10:Number of Dropout in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Reason, Grade andSex, 2015Chart 3.6:Dropout in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Reason, 2016Chart 3.7:Number of Dropout in Government and NonGovernment Schools by Grade and Sex, 2015Table 3.11:Dropouts in Percentage of Total Enrolment inGovernment and Non-Government Schoolsby Reason and Sex, 2015Table 3.12:Number of Repeaters in Government andNon-Government Schools by Ownership,Grade and Sex, 2016Chart 3.8:Number of Repeaters in Government andNon-Government Schools by Grade and Sex,2016Table 3.13:Trend of Repeaters in Government Schools bySex and Grade, 2011 - 2016Table 3.14:Trend of Repeaters in Non-GovernmentSchools by Sex and Grade, 2011-2013 and2016Table 3.15:Summary of Pass Rates in Form 4 Examination(CSEE) in Government and Non-GovernmentSchools by Division, 2008-2015

Chart 3.9:Pass Rates Trend for Form 4 Examination(CSEE) in Government and Non-GovernmentSchools by Division, 2008-2015Chart 3.10:Pass Rate Trend for CSEE Candidates ScoredDivision I - III and Failures in Government andNon-Government Schools by Division, 20052015Table 3.16:Trend in Transition Rates from Form 4 toForm 5, 2005-2015Chart 3.11:Trend in Transition Rates from Form 4 toForm 5, 2004/5 - 2014/15Table 3.17:Summary of Pass Rates for School Candidatesin Form 4 Examination (CSEE) by Subject andSex, 2014-2015Chart 3.12:Summary of Pass Rates for Government andNon-Government School Candidates in Form4 Examination (CSEE) by Subject and Sex,2015Table 3.18:Summary of Pass Rates in Form 6 Examination(ACSEE) in Government and Non-GovernmentSchools by Division, 2006-2015Chart 3.13:Pass Rates Summary of Form 6 Examination(ACSEE) in Government and Non-GovernmentSchools, 2006-2015Table 3.19:Summary of Pass Rate in Form 6 Examination(ACSEE) in Government and Non-GovernmentSchools by Subject, 2014-2015

Chart 3.14:Summary of Pass Rate in Form 6 Examination(ACSEE) in Government and Non-GovernmentSchools by Subject, 2014-2015Table 3.20:Teaching Staff, Number of Schools, Streamsand Pupil Teacher Ratio in Government andNon-Government Schools, 2012-2016Table 3.21:Number of Teachers by Age and PupilTeacher Ratio (PTR) in Government and NonGoverment Schools, 2016Table 3.22:Number of Pit Latrine, Classrooms and PupilLatrine/Classroom Ratios in Government andNon-Government Schools by Sex, 2016Table 3.23:Number of Government and NonGovernment School with of Electric Power byType of Power, 2016Table 3.24:Number of Furniture in Government and NonGovernment School and Desk Pupil Ratio,2016Table 3.25:Number of ICT Equipment Available inGovernment and Non-Government Schools,20164.0.Adult and Nonformal EducationTable 4.1:Number of COBET Learners by Region andSex, 2016Table 4.2:Enrolment Trend of COBET Learners byRegion and Sex, 2011-2013 and 2016Chart 4.1:Number of COBET Learners by Sex 20102016

Table 4.3:Learner Facilitator Ratio (LFR) in COBET bySex, 2016Table 4.4:Enrolment in ICBAE Functional Literacy by Sexand Type of Programme, 2016Table 4.5:Enrolment in ICBAE Post Literacy by Sex andType of Programme, 2016Table 4.6:Enrolment in ICBAE Post and FunctionalLiteracy by Type of Programme and Sex, 2016Chart 4.2:Enrolment in ICBAE Post and FunctionalLiteracy by Type of Programme and Sex, 2016Chart 4.3:Enrolment in ICBAE Post and FunctionalLiteracy by Type of Programme, Age Groupsand Sex, 2016Table 4.7:Enrolment in ICBAE Post and FunctionalLiteracy by Sex, 2010-2013 and 2016Chart 4.4:Trend of Enrolment in ICBAE by Sex, 20092013 and 2016Table 4.8:Number of ICBAE Facilitators by Qualificationand Sex, 2016Table 4.9:Number of Learners in Intergrated PostPrimary Education (IPPE) Centres by Field ofStudy and Sex, 2016Chart 4.5:Number of Learners in Intergrated PostPrimary Education Centres by Field of Studyand Sex, 2016Table 4.10:Number of Open and Distant Learning (ODL)Learners by Program, Level of Education andSex, 2016

AbbreviationsACSEECOBET Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education ExaminationComplementary Basic Education in TanzaniaCSEE Certificate of Secondary Education ExaminationDR Dropout RateEMSM Elimu ya Mafunzo ya Stadi za MaishaEnrl EnrolmentF FemaleGCR Gross Completion RateGER Gross Enrolment RatioGIR Gross Intake RatioGovt GovernmentGPI Gender Parity IndexICBAE Integrated Community Based Adult EducationIPPE Intergrated Post Primary EducationKCK Kisomo Cha KujiendelezaKCM Kisomo Chenye ManufaaKKK Kusoma, Kuandika na KuhesabuM MaleMDGs Millennium Development GoalsN/A Not Available/ApplicableNCR Net Completion RateNER Net Enrolment RatioNIR Net Intake RatioNo NumberNon-Govt Non-GovernmentODL Open and Distance LearningPCR Pupil Classroom Ratio

PhD Doctor of PhilosophyPLR Pupils Pit Latrine RatioPQTR Pupil Qualified Teacher RatioPR Promotion RatePSLE Primary School Leaving ExaminationRR Repetition RateSem SeminaryStd StandardSU Shughuli za Uzalishaji MaliT TotalUST Ufundi Stadi% Percent

PrefaceThe President’s Office-Regional Administration and Local Government(PO-RALG) manages Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary Education inTanzania Mainland with the duty of ensuring that all schools are wellmanaged and provide quality education. This requires adequate andequitable of teachers, physical facilities and school materials. To dothis we need to have education management information especially upto date education data that will enable us assesses school needs andmonitor performance. The data will also enable us and educationstakeholders to carry out education planning and research necessaryfor improving the education system.In order to have adequate education data, PO-RALG effective from2013, embarked on annual preparation of statistics booklet containingpre-primary, primary, secondary and adult and non formal education.This will enable us monitor regional and council differentials inperformance and inputs and hence take appropriate measures toharmonize and improve them. Most data is collected directly fromschools while the rest is obtained from other relevant institutions suchas The National Examinations Council of Tanzania, The National Bureauof Statistics and Ministry of Finance.The booklets have information on student enrolment, teachers,education facilities, examination results, school inspection andeducation finance. PO-RALG believes these booklets will be useful toall stakeholders who have interest in the development of oureducation system.

PO-RALG acknowledges the stakeholders from Goverment Institutions,Private Sectors and Development Partners for their contributionsmade for this publication. The special acknowledgement is given toMinistry of Educati

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