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12:35
12:35

Remote Learning Program Puzzles Govt, Experts Call for Process to Re-open Schools 1 5

Without funding, the homeschooling program seems to be hitting a dead-end but Muyingo says that they are going back to the drawing board to come up with a new plan that can offer a form of continuous learning to over 10.2 million non-finalists up when the government will fully reopen the education institutions.
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16:21

Education Ministry Cautions Against Sale of Self-Study Materials 1

In a circular to all local governments, the permanent secretary of the Ministry of Education Alex Kakooza notes that they have learnt that some unscrupulous people have resorted to reprinting and photocopying the study materials to sell them to parents and learners at exorbitant rates.
17:13
17:13

Bukomansimbi Village Chairpersons Reject Govt’s Self-Study Materials 2 1

John Bosco Wavamuno, the Chairperson of Mukunyu village says that they were shocked by the grave inequalities between the number of students in need and the materials delivered. He says that his area received only 481 copies out of a total of 5,129 students in primary and secondary schools who need the materials in the parish.
11:14
11:14

Private Schools Struggling to Implement New Curriculum Soroti District 4 1 Top story

Bertha Asekenye, the Head Teacher Jeressar High School, a privately owned academic giant in Teso, says they don’t have sufficient text books for learners. She observes that while they have started teaching the new curriculum, it demands a lot for both teachers and learners.
16:01
16:01

NCDC Explains Delusions on New Lower Secondary School Curriculum 5

According to Karuhanga, students will undergo three types of assessment. Formative that will be carried out by a teacher and summative that will be carried out by Uganda National Examinations Board-UNEB. The Directorate of Industrial Training will carry out the third type of assessment that will examine the vocational skills mastered by learners.
14:01
14:01

Lower Secondary Curriculum: Publishers Spend Over UGX 30 billion on Text Books 4 1

Samuel Majwega Musoke, the Chairperson of Uganda Publishers Association and Executive Director MK Publishers Limited, says publishing two copies of a text book for every subject is an expensive affair.
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07:17

7,000 Teachers Missed Lower Secondary Curriculum Training teacher training 1

According to officials from the education ministry, the teachers who missed out from the training were from schools that do not have Uganda National Examination Board center numbers
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16:10

Acholi Teachers: We Are Half Baked to Roll Out Revised Curriculum Kitgum Town College 4 2 Top story

Isaac Ocan, a Biology and Chemistry teacher at St. Pope Paul II College, a private Catholic boarding school in Gulu reveals that the knowledge to roll out the program is not yet well internalized and digested by teachers.
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14:52

MPs Want New UCE Curriculum Stopped new curriculum 3 1

A section of Members of Parliament want the new Education curriculum halted over concerns that vital subjects have been made optional, and that wide consultations have not been done.
12:13
12:13

Teachers, Parents Forcing Learners To Attend Holiday Classes - MOE 1 5

The Education Ministry says that they have failed to stop the vice because parents and teachers are determined to see it continue. They say new tactics like learning in garages and teachers homes makes it impossible for them to stop holiday classes
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17:33

Kyambogo Starts Implementation of Medical Insurance Scheme 2 1

More than 940 employees of Kyambogo University are to have their salaries deducted this month as the institution implements its Medical Insurance scheme.
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