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13:27
13:27

Ministry of Education Sets Reopening Dates for Non-candidates school 1 1

According to the circular issued on February 9th by the Permanent Secretary Alex Kakooza, pre-candidates in P.7, S.3, and S.6 will report back to school on March 1 and study for 14 weeks before breaking off on May 2021. P.4 and P.5 will report to school on April 6 after Primary Leaving Examination and will study for 8 weeks and break off June 21 to allow lower primary classes to report and use the school facilities.
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14:44

Schools Cancel Visitation, Ask Pupils to Buy Hand Sanitisers Alex Kakooza 3 1 Top story

Namugongo Girls Primary School and Mugwanya Preparatory School Kabojja are not the only ones that have taken drastic measures to deal with the pandemic.
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11:17

Cabinet to Discuss Implementation of New Lower Secondary Curriculum-Janet Museveni Uganda 5 1 Top story

The Education and Sports Minister, Janet Kataaha Museveni told journalists shortly after the release of the Uganda Business and Technical Examination Board-UBTEB results on Friday, said that after the cabinet discussion, they will have to sort out their next cause of action with parliament.
11:02
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Online Registration Puzzling Teachers Alex Kakooza 5

Ibra Kakembo, a teacher in Mpigi District, says after hustling to get his document certified at Kyambogo University in a process he describes as a ‘tag of war’, they thought the online registration would be simple, which isn’t the case.
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15:15

Committee Given 3 Months to Develop White Paper on Mak Visitation Report Makerere University 1

The 17-member committee composed of academic and technical staff is expected to commence work on Monday 20th May 2019, following their inauguration this week at State House Nakasero.
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