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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Sygifrid Saweru
Like many primary school systems in East Africa, Tanzania's is supposed to be free. But in practice, schools have replaced tuition with fees to pay for things such as textbooks and toilets, making education unaffordable to many.
"We don't want to tell students to go back home," Mr. Saweru says.
Sygifrid Saweru, the principal of a newly built secondary school in Moshi, agrees that the expansion has been implemented poorly.