This particular set of scenarios is about the future of International Education in Tanzania, between 2014 and 2030. Commissioned by International School Moshi (ISM), this scenarios exercise brought ISM students, parents, staff members, governing board members and shareholders into conversation with representatives of the Department of Education, principals of other international schools, the former chair of the national selection committee of United World Colleges (UWC) in Tanzania and business people. These scenarios are designed to not only inform ISM’s future strategic directions, but also to stimulate conversation across the education sector in Tanzania. What might lie ahead and what could be done – together and separately – to face these possible futures in a clear-eyed, visionary way? What kind of leadership, collaborations and actions will best serve the diverse needs of children growing up in Tanzania? Four storylines emerged from this exercise, shaped by two factors deemed most influential and most uncertain in considering the future of inter national education. The first factor is the conduciveness of the business environment in Tanzania. The second is how appealing international education is to parents and families, linked to questions of quality, affordability, aspirations and opportunity.
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