South Carolina State University Working to Develop Science and Mathematics Curriculum for Tanzanian Children

Researchers at South Carolina State University, the historically black education institution in Orangeburg, are working with officials of Tanzania to develop textbooks and other reading materials for schoolchildren in Africa. The goal is to develop a science and mathematics curriculum geared toward youth in Tanzania and to produce 600,000 textbooks for use in the country’s schools. Funding for the project is provided by the U.S. government’s African Aid Initiative.