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January 11, 2021 Joshua Amaitum

Education Ministry modifies third term reopening date

The Ministry of Education and Sports has extended the reopening date for finalists and learners in candidate classes due to the scheduled elections

December 24, 2020 Our Reporter

65 year old teacher poisons himself over Shs. 200,000 debt

Residents of Oyam district are in shock following news that a teacher committed suicide over a 200,000 shillings debt. It is reported that 65-year-

November 29, 2020 Joshua Amaitum

School dropout cases increase as lockdown continues

The prolonged closure of schools will cause a great decline in literacy rates and exacerbate school dropout in the country, the 2020 state of popul

November 26, 2020 Joshua Amaitum

Parents reject radio purchase, want schools reopened

Several parents have insisted that the government reopens schools for learning instead of purchasing radios to be distributed to households. Also r

November 12, 2020 Our Reporter

UNEB extends deadline for registration of candidates

The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has extended the deadline for the registration of candidates to November 30th, 2020, In a notice date

July 21, 2020 Joshua Amaitum

Kampala private school owners seek tax waivers from KCCA

Private School owners in Kampala Central Division have petitioned Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA seeking a waiver of property tax and trading

July 15, 2020 Joshua Amaitum

UNEB bill proposes 10-year jail term, Shs. 40 million fine for exam malpractice

Government has tabled the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB), 2020 amendment bill that seeks to address gaps in the current act. According t

July 14, 2020 Joshua Amaitum

Nearly 10 million children “may never return to school” after COVID-19 pandemic

Some 9.7 million children worldwide “could be forced out of school forever” by the end of this year, as a result of increasing poverty and budg

July 11, 2020 Our Reporter

Up to 73% of students struggling to adjust to remote learning tools

More than 73% of students in higher institutions of learning have found the new learning methods employed during the lockdown harder than conventio

June 11, 2020 Our Reporter

MPs ask gov’t to declare 2020 ‘dead’ year for education

Kasilo County MP Elijah Okupa says that the government should forget about education this year and resume next year after adequate planning. He say

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