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12:52
12:52

Gov't to Construct Primary Schools in Newly Created Town Councils 3

The schools approved for construction are Nyabisirira Primary School in Nyabisirira Town council, Kacerere Primary school in Rwanyamahembe Town council, Rubindi Central primary school, and Kabare primary school in Rubindi-Ruhumba Town council.
10:37
10:37

Parents Criticize Govt’s Pledge to Enhance Science Teachers' Salaries 4 1

The secondary science teachers in government schools, under the umbrella body of Uganda Professional Science Teachers’ Union-UPSTU, have commenced their industrial action demanding enhancements of their salaries.
07:00
07:00

Kwania District Education Officer Interdicted 2

"In accordance with Section F-S Paragraph 14 of the Public Service Standing Orders of Uganda, you are hereby Interdicted from exercising powers and functions of your office as a public officer with effect from the above date for a period of six months to pave the way into the gross misappropriation of public fund," reads the March 23rd 2022 letter.
11:29
11:29

Nancy Comprehensive School for the Deaf Un-coded for 18 years 5 2

The community school which started in 2004 on a piece of land donated by Nancy Primary School for the Deaf is the only secondary school for special needs learners across the Lango sub-region.
10:03
10:03

Special Needs School Teachers Oppose Automatic Promotion of Learners 7 1 Top story

Anne Florence Nakabuye, the in-charge of Misanvu Special Needs Education Unit which operates under Misanvu Demonstration Primary School in Bukomansimbi district argues that automatic promotion is illogical to their learners who largely remained unattended to in the entire the Covid-19 lockdown period.
11:14
11:14

Uncertainty Shrouds Special Needs School in Bukomansimbi Ahead of Reopening 1 4

Anne Florence Nakabuye, the Deputy Head teacher says that the school in its current state can hardly conduct normal lessons to their learners if they are allowed to reopen as planned by the Ministry of Education.
14:59
14:59

Unlike Gov't, LOP Asks Parents to Contribute Directly as Schools Reopen LOP Mathias Mpuuga 2

Speaking to the congregation after Christmas Mass in Our Lady all Sorrows Cathedral Kitovu; at the seat of Masaka diocese, Mpuuga contradicted government’s position that banned parents from contributing any monies to school as they reopen.
10:04
10:04

Females in South Western Uganda Shun Vocational Institutions 4 1

Redemptor Tumuhimbise, a member of the South Western Selection Committee says that out of the 320 students that applied only 25 were girls.
20:23
20:23

Education Minister Warns Institutions Against Chasing Away Unvaccinated Students 6 1

Minister Muyingo says Institutions should collaborate with Ministry of Health to set up vaccination centers at the entry to allow students be vaccinated rather than sending them away.
14:09
14:09

More Learners Return to Home Schools in Teso Teso sub region 4 1

Although the government cleared semi- candidates to return to school next month, some parents have opted to enrol their children in neighbouring schools.
12:36
12:36

Amuru Risks Losing Seed School to Encroachers Amuru Town Council 1 2

Richard Komakech, the Amuru Town Council LCIII Chairman notes that they have held several meetings with the encroachers and told them to vacate to pave way for the construction of the school, in vain.
13:02
13:02

UACE Exams: UNEB Withholds Results of 120 Candidates Executive Secretary 1 Top story

According to Odongo, the highest cases of malpractice were registered in Science subjects. "The most common forms of examination breached have been external assistance, substitution of scripts, smuggling of unauthorized material into the examination room and impersonation," Odongo said.
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