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Mubarak Munyagwa Asks Parents To Stop Torturing Kids In Primary School Waking Up At 6am

Mubaraka Munyagwa Accuses President Museveni Of Opposition Party Disputes

Former member of parliament Hon Mubarak Munyagwa has asked parents to stop torturing kids in primary school. He said it is not worth it for them to wake up at 6 am every morning in coldness and rain to go to school. He said there isn’t any content in primary school that requires a pupil to wake up that early. ...

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Graduating Students Who Contribute Nothing To The Economy Is The Worst Pandemic – Dr Lawrence Muganga

Dr. Lawrence Muganga; Primary Education Is Not Adding Any Va...

The Chancellor of Victoria University Uganda, Dr Lawrence Muganga has continued his criticism of the current education system in the country. He has now revealed that graduates who contribute nothing to the country’s economy is the biggest pandemic. In fact, he said that this is worse than the COVID-19 pandemic. Muganga has been so vocal and critical of the current ...

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Uneb Grading System: Dan Odongo Clarifies It’s Not Selective

Uneb Grading System Dan Odongo Clarifies It's Not Selective

Following a recent statement from the Minister of Education and Sports, Janet Museveni, while addressing concerns about the grading system used by the Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb). The Minister, through a statement issued by the Ministry’s spokesperson, Mr Denis K. Mugimba, emphasized that the Uneb grading system is not selective. The Minister’s statement comes in response to claims made ...

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Challenges Persist As 133,000 Primary Leavers Face School

Challenges Persist As 133,000 Primary Leavers Face School

Amidst the excitement and anticipation surrounding the reopening of schools, a staggering reality has emerged: Approximately 133,000 primary leavers across the country find themselves in a precarious situation. With the academic year in full swing, these young minds are left stranded, without a clear path to continue their education. This disheartening scenario calls for swift action to rectify the situation ...

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UNEB Reports Encouraging Increase In Pass Rates For 2023 PLE Candidates

UNEB Reports Encouraging Increase In Pass Rates For 2023 PLE Candidates

In an announcement that brings much-needed optimism, the Uganda National Examinations Board ( UNEB ) revealed that a higher proportion of candidates have successfully passed the 2023 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE). This uplifting news signals a positive shift in the educational landscape, instilling hope for a brighter future. According to UNEB’s official statement, the results for the 2023 PLE indicate ...

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