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UBTEB has Shs13.13 Billion Funding Gap - Oyesigye 1

While briefing the Parliamentary committee on Education and sports about the board challenges, the UBTEB, Executive Secretary, Onesmus Oyesigye, revealed that the board has a funding gap of 13.13 billion shillings hence affecting their calendar year programs.
15:59
15:59

Several Children Turn to Family Business As Schools Remain Closed 1 4 Top story

Usher Wilson Owere, the Chairman General, National Organisation of Trade Unions (NOTU), says the decision of parents to occupy their children is a good approach for their safety and has nothing to do with child labour.
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15:10

Unfair Education, Limited Digital Tools Affect Career Options of Visual Impaired Children (Part I) 8

Ogenrwot wants to become a lawyer, so he wishes he could get digital learning aids to enable him to study well. He says his parents cannot afford to let him study online and that the radio lessons also don’t give him a chance to ask questions, because that means making a phone call to the radio.
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Garment Suppliers Cry Foul over Continued Schools Closure 1 4

Ssalongo Joseph Magandaazi, a supplier of school uniforms, says that prior to the lockdown, he could supply about five thousand (5000) trousers, shirts, t-shirts and skirts among other garments to different schools. He, however, says that currently no school or parent can order even a pair of stockings.
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06:45

Decision to Discard Board Members as Signatories in Gov’t-Aided Schools Backfires 1 Top story

In the circular, the Permanent Secretary said that the board members or governing council members should concentrate on their functions including oversight monitoring, supervision, and approvals. She further noted that for board members to be signatories on bank accounts does not only compromise the principle of good governance but also causes a conflict of interest between management and governing bodies.
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