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16:10
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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.
17:05
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Over 700 Teachers Storm Out of Curriculum Training Over Allowances secondary schools 4 1 Top story

Andrew Lagony, a teacher from Got Apwoyo Seed Secondary School in Purongo Sub-County in Nwoya District disclosed that they have disagreed over the meager transport refund.
07:18
07:18

Mbabaali, Muslim Community Bicker over Seed School Project 3 1

The disagreement stems from a letter Jude Mbabaali wrote to the Minister of Education and Sports early this month, protesting the allocation of a 2.12 billion Shillings grant to Turbuk Senior Secondary School, a Muslim founded government-aided school located in Mukungwe Sub County.
10:46
10:46

Ministry Transfers Head Teacher of Burnt School 1

A January 24, 2019 circular issued by Jane Mwesigwa on behalf of the Education and Sports Ministry Permanent Secretary shows that Nsubuga has been moved to Uganda Martyrs Secondary School Mugalike in Kabale district.
11:38
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Education Ministry Promotes Participatory Teaching in Kalungu 6 1

Hajat Rehema Kisitu Lutalo, the program coordinator in Kalungu district, says that trainers from the Ministry of Education have begun retooling both primary and secondary school teachers with new skills that will help them deliver contents to learners in a more engaging procedure.
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Bishops Council Remain Resilient On Sexuality Education 3 1

The Bishop of Kiyinda-Mityana Catholic diocese, Joseph Anthony Zziwa, also the chairperson of the Uganda Episcopal Conference insists that their committee still maintains their stand against the policy in its current form.
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Ministry of Education Blacklists NGO over Suspicious Operations 2

Its alleged that the NGO has been demanding land titles from the foundation bodies of schools they have been supporting.
17:44
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Kaabong Secondary School Gets New Teachers 1 1

Yokosaphat Outa, the head teacher Kaabong Senior Secondary School, says hope is back after the education service commission considered all the teachers who were paid under PTA. The school now has a total of 14 teachers posted by government.
16:52
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Water Scarcity Paralyzes School Activities in Napak unicef uganda 3 1

Maija Napeyok, a primary seven pupil at Loodoi says some of her friends abandon school, especially during their menstrual cycle due to water scarcity.
10:52
10:52

Masaka Head Teachers Develop School Inspection Model 5 1

Under the new intervention, head teachers and their deputies will be empowered to conduct school inspections and report to the association about the outcome.
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Health Workers Mishandling Patients - Janet Museveni 2 1

She observed that her inspection visits to the different nursing and midwifery schools has established that the students acquire the required competences, wondering why these are however not translating into better services delivery in the countrys healthcare system.
07:49
07:49

UMI Designs Training Modules On Ethics and Integrity 1 1

The UMI Vice Chancellor, Geraldine Namirembe Bitamazire, says the modules are being developed in response to the growing need and increasing demand for skillful, efficient and committed managers, leaders and administrators.
10:04
10:04

Kaabong Stuck With Nurses Training School nursing school 1

Government commenced the construction of four classrooms, a twin staff house, kitchen and store in the 2008/2009 financial year. Kaabong district local government also built a dormitory and a ten pit stance pit latrine.
16:45
16:45

Gulu University Unveils New Vice Chancellor 1

Prof. Openyjuru, who has been the Universitys Deputy Vice-Chancellor since 2015, beat four candidates to clinch the Universitys top job. They are Prof David Obua - a US-based researcher, Dr Byaruhanga Rukooko - an associate professor in Philosophy at Makerere University and Prof Paul Waku - a pharmacologist and founding dean of Busitema University.
07:39
07:39

Namisindwa Teachers Demonstrate Over Non-Payment

According to Kuloba, most of the teachers are complaining that their children have been sent back home over unpaid school dues.
11:06
11:06

Karamoja Leaders Worried Over Low Enrollment 3 1

Joyce Nakoya, the Napak District Education Officer, said some of the conditions set for the exercise like requiring parents to escort their children for the registration, may hinder the program.
18:22
18:22

Bulambuli Closes Over 50 Unlicensed Schools

Simon Wadada, a parent in Bulambuli district blames government for allowing such schools to open and close them in the middle of the term. Its unfair to close the affected schools in the middle of the term. Where does government expect our children to go and study, he asked.
14:53
14:53

Ministry Denies Approving Fees Hike in Public Schools tuition policy

The Ministry of Education and Sports MoES has denied claims that it endorsed fees increment in public schools to help meet the growing cost of living in the country.
16:12
16:12

Education Ministry Halts Payment of 400 Pensioners

Section 18 1 of the Pensions Act states that public servants are entitled to pension for a period of 15 years after which they are supposed to present annual life certificates as evidence to claim more benefits.
11:06
11:06

Uganda Basketball Team Suffers Third Defeat In Cairo cairo egypt

Although Uganda dominated the third and fourth quarter winning 19-17 and 14-06 respectively, the Mozambique team had a greater lead in the first two quarters of the games which put them in a comfortable place.
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