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Gulu Private Schools Struggle to Implement New Lower Secondary Curriculum

17 Apr 2021 · Dorcas Tulina, the Head-teacher of Charity College explains that the school is struggling to access teachers and learner’s guides to enable them to roll out the new curriculum.

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Gulu Private Schools Struggle to Implement New Lower Secondary Curriculum 1 3

Dorcas Tulina, the Head-teacher of Charity College explains that the school is struggling to access teachers and learner’s guides to enable them to roll out the new curriculum.
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Over 320 P.6 Pupils Abandon School in Moroto 1 2

Aleper says they cannot trace 161 boys and 117 girls who have failed to report back to school. He explains that most of the affected pupils are from Rupa and Tapac sub-counties where major mining activities take place.
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Schools Decry Lack of New Curriculum Text Books 3

The schools note that the National Curriculum Development Center-NCDC availed them inadequate textbooks while other schools are yet to receive the textbooks.
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Lwengo Schools Join Campaign to Conserve the Crested Crane 4

The campaign follows the death of 60 Gray-crowned cranes, in different wetlands which were poisoned by encroachers in two weeks. The dead cranes were discovered in a survey conducted by ICF to identifying and protecting the crested crane habitats in the district.
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Inspectors Accused of Turning Blind Eye As Schools Reopen for All Learners 1 2

The first phase of re-opening under this arrangement only targeted semi candidates (P.6, S3, and S.5) and the second targeted P.4, P.5 and S.1. However, some schools have decided to use the opportunity to sneak in learners from other classes.
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UNEB Rules Out Special Exams for National Team Players Uganda Hippos 1 3 Top story

the Sports State Minister, Denis Hamson Obua, says they consulted Uganda National Examinations Board-UNEB and reached a final decision not to give special UCE examinations to the players. He told the Education Committee of parliament chaired by Jacob Opolot said giving the players special exams will open a Pandora Box
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Gov’t in Support of ‘Mandatory’ COVID-19 Vaccination for Teachers, Frontline Workers 4 1

While the government had initially said that Covid-19 vaccination is not compulsory and subject to consent, since the vaccines are new and have never been used before, this sentiment seems to have changed following low uptake of the vaccines by targeted groups.