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11:14
11:14

MPs Back Striking Teachers on Equitable Salary Enhancement Demand payroll 3 1

Joseph Ssewungu Gonzaga, the Kalungu County West representative said that the decision to pay science teachers in exclusion of arts teachers is discriminatory and contravenes provision of Article 102b of the Constitution.
14:20
14:20

UNATU Leaders in Kasese Form Surveillance Team to Ensure Compliance to Industrial Action teachers 5 1

Joseph Basisa, the chairperson of UNATU Nyakasanga Division in Kasese Municipality says that they will monitor all schools to ensure that the teachers observe the industrial action.
17:33
17:33

Teachers Abandon Mahango Seed Secondary School 1 4

Nuuhu Matovu Mugabi, the head teacher of Mahango seed secondary school, says that they have not registered any students in Advanced Level since 2019 because many parents are not pleased with the services.
14:39
14:39

700 Teachers Vaccinated Against COVID-19 in Hoima vaccination 3

Health and Education officials in both Hoima district and Hoima City launched the mass vaccination for teachers on Wednesday.
17:53
17:53

Private Schools Ask Government to Pay their Teachers lockdown 3 1

The National Private Educational Institutions Association has called on Government to pay salaries for teachers who have greatly been affected by the Closure of schools for at least a year.
15:51
15:51

Bundibugyo Teachers Join WhatsApp Groups To Share New Teaching Guides curriculum 3 5

Silver Kyomuhendo, a science teacher at the government aided Bubukwanga secondary school in Bubukwanga Sub County, explains that her school hasn’t received some teaching guide and materials like text books from the Ministry as planned. She says to resolve this problem they have been forced to start WhatsApp where they can share the material.
18:18
18:18

Teachers Storm Out of Revised Curriculum Training over Allowances 2 4

This afternoon, the teachers stormed out of the meeting upon learning that each of them will receive 30,000 Shillings at the end of the training. Many said they had been made to believe that each of them is entitled to a daily allowance of 30,000 Shillings. They argued that the allowance is not enough to cover their transport cost, especially for those who travelled from neighbouring districts.
16:37
16:37

Examination Malpractice is Ungodly – Fr Mugisa schools 1

The caution by Rev Fr Francis Mugisa, the Hoima Catholic Diocese Secretary for Education follows reports that a number of Church founded schools have had their results withheld by the Uganda National Examinations Board-UNEB, in the recent past.
18:28
18:28

Parents Lock Teachers Out for Late Coming head teacher 1 8 Top story

Edison Turyamubona, the Chairperson Muyebe Parents Teachers Association-PTA, says they were forced to use harsh means to fight absenteeism after their teachers ignored their appeal.
11:19
11:19

Masindi District Needs Additional 150 Primary School Teachers performance 4

The shortage of teachers has affected the performance of government-aided primary schools in national exams. Out of 3229 pupils who sat for last years Primary Leaving Examinations-PLE, only 186 candidates passed in Division one.
13:22
13:22

Katakwi Leaders Decry Uneven Deployment of Teachers deo 3

A section of the LCIII Chairpersons in Katakwi district and some members of the community say that only schools within the town council have had senior, experienced and multi-skilled teachers, while those in rural areas get drunken and inexperienced staff.
15:20
15:20

Teachers Cannot Spell- Jinja DEO 1 1

Speaking at the teachers day celebrations held at Jinja district headquarters on Thursday, Baliraine reveals that, he inspected 30 primary schools from six sub counties within the district, and most of the words on the charts which were pinned in the classroom were wrongly spelt.
07:28
07:28

Parents Storm School After Fire Outbreak health center 5 1 Top story

Jackeline Namugga is one of the parents who dashed to the school. Namugga, who was in her sleeping dress, says she lost her mind when she learnt about the fire outbreak and all she wanted was to physically confirm that her child was safe and sound.
13:49
13:49

Wakiso Teachers Caution Government on Sexuality Education policy 3

Dan Byaruhanga, the head teacher of Kiteezi Junior School observes that any programme designed for learners must be appropriate to their age. Otherwise, he adds, its unsuitable content may end up creating more problems than achieving the required life skill or competence.
16:19
16:19

Teachers Asked to Offer Guidance to Learners uneb 4

Thomas Kagoro says some teachers have neglected to counsel and guide the learners. He says teachers no longer address learners social and psychological problems.
13:06
13:06

Rukiga Civil Servants Protest Nonpayment rukiga district 1

Zadock Tumuhimbise, the national chairperson, Uganda National Teachers Union, says it is unfortunate that the civil servants especially teachers have worked for six months without salaries.
07:06
07:06

11 Teachers Face Dismissal Over Misconduct. commission 1

Dr. Peter Ssebutinde, the Medical Officer Mbarara District and a member of the District Sanctions and Rewards Committee, says alcoholism and absenteeism are becoming the order of the day in the district.
09:01
09:01

Over 1000 Pupils Fail Mocks in Ibanda District teachers

According to the mock results, 148 out of the 3119 pupils who sat the exams passed in division one, 638 in second division, 415 third division and 54 in fourth division.
17:53
17:53

Mbarara Teachers Call off Strike union

Ben Twahirwa, the chairperson of Uganda National Teachers Union - UNATU in Mbarara Municipality told URN that their salaries were deposited this afternoon adding that they will all resume work on Monday. The same day pupils will be sitting for their end of term examinations.
14:08
14:08

Pupils Stranded as Mbarara Teachers Strike Bites strikes 2 6

Pupils at several schools in Mbarara Municipality are stranded a day after teachers declared a sit-down strike over non-payment of their salaries.
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