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June 21, 2019

Tanzanian Schools Look to the Future

With 19 Quest Forward Schools, as well as 2 US Quest Forward Academies, Quest Forward Learning is directly impacting the lives of 1,212 students.

What We’ve Learned So Far

In test achievement and quality of work, Quest Forward students are on the right path to develop a positive, engaged relationship to learning.

June 11, 2019

Mtakuja Milestones: Students Make Great Strides

A Tanzanian mentor coach describes the ways in which his students made great strides through their interactions with Quest Forward Learning.

May 29, 2019

Cultural Contact: Sharing Artifacts Across the Globe

The Quest Forward Learning Global Learning Program connects Foundation and Exploration students (traditionally freshmen and sophomores) at Quest Forward Academy in Omaha with students at Mtakuja Secondary school in Tanzania. These two ...Read More

May 22, 2019

Good Habits Are Essential: How Quest Forward Learning Changes Classroom Behavior

The introduction of the Six Essential Habits of Quest Forward Learning has created positive changes in providing supportive discipline to students in Tanzania. Previously, the primary form of discipline used by teachers was corporal ...Read More

May 17, 2019

Mentor Monthly Profile: Emanuel Mrema

Emanuel Mrema is a Social Sciences Mentor at Natiro Secondary School in Tanzania. 

What made you want to become an educator?

Three things:
1. Personal inspiration: I wanted to become an ...Read More

May 16, 2019

Custom Quests: Designed by Tanzanians, for Tanzanians

All Tanzania quests are designed in Tanzania by Tanzanians. Hear about the impact these quests—and their local relevance—have in classrooms.

March 21, 2019

Aligning Visions: Quest Forward Learning and Tanzania’s Educational Initiatives

There are promising signs for the future and the sustainability of Quest Forward Learning in Tanzanian secondary schools.

March 18, 2019

The Process of Making Progress: Quest Forward Learning Takes Hold in Tanzania

Within Tanzania and most of Africa, nearly all secondary school students learn by rote memorization, acquiring facts and figures that have little relevance or meaning outside of the classroom. When envisioning the future, it is clear ...Read More

March 14, 2019

The Results Are In: Quest Forward Learning Makes an Impact

Tanzania secondary school students are required to take government-specified exams every two years. The purpose of these national exams is to provide an objective measure of student performance. They are the Form 2, Form 4, and ...Read More