Assessment Of Challenges Secondary Schools Teachers Experience In Executing Competence-based Curriculum In
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Assessment Of Challenges Secondary Schools Teachers Experience In Executing Competence-based Curriculum In Tanzania
Secondary schools teachers have been experiencing abundance number of shortcoming in implanting competency-based curriculum since it was introduced in 2005. Several studies have been drafted to address the situation; however few studies have been able to provide wide number of the prevailing of these challenges. The current study establishes various hindrances that teachers are experiencing in exciting competency-based curriculum.DownloadViews: 86

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