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Classes for students at Gerezani Secondary School, and at other secondary schools in Tanzania, are taught only in English. Some students struggle with the language since it is spoken in relatively few homes, but English remains an official language, along with Kiswahili, one of 120 local languages. (Anna Patton/Special to The Washington Times)

Classes for students at Gerezani Secondary School, and at other secondary schools in Tanzania, are taught only in English. Some students struggle with the language since it is spoken in relatively few homes, but English remains an official language, along with Kiswahili, one of 120 local languages. (Anna Patton/Special to The Washington Times)

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