Despite improving access to primary education, children in Tanzania often do not continue on to secondary schools. Barriers including lack of rural schools, pressure to work and high-stakes exams prevent more than half of Tanzanian youth from enrolling in secondary school. Limited alternative options leave millions of young people at a lifelong disadvantage, according to Human Rights Watch.
Multiple barriers keep 1.5 million Tanzanian kids out of secondary school
Universal neglect: 120 million kids are still not going to school
The global push for universal primary education increased school enrollment in the past decade, but there are still more than…