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Rwanda makes 3 more demands ahead of meet

The Rwandan government says there are urgent issues that were agreed with Uganda during the last ad hoc commission meeting held in Kigali → Read More

4,000 schools to miss books on new curriculum

Government urges those who will not get the books to download the material from the website. → Read More

Cutoff points to rise as S.5 selections start

Sr Gladys Kachope, the head teacher of Immaculate Heart Girls Secondary School in Rukungiri District said her cutoffs could improve from Aggregate 20 since majority of her Senior Four students performed well. → Read More

Government insists on dam at Murchison Falls site

D’Ujanga said government signed a memorandum of understanding with Bonang Energy and Power Ltd from South Africa on December 12, 2017, to do the study → Read More

Cabinet clears new secondary school curriculum

The new curriculum will have 21 subjects instead of 43 → Read More

Government pleads with MPs in row over new curriculum

Although the MPs say they were not consulted, ministry of Education officials explain that they met the Parliamentary Committee on Education between 2016 and 2017 → Read More

Government in crisis meeting after curriculum halted

The NCDC officials reportedly express disappointment that some of MPs who had been consulted for input on the curriculum were among those who opposed it. → Read More

Parliament halts new O-Level curriculum

The House asked the Ministry of Education to suspend the curriculum until government is ready to implement it → Read More

What to consider when choosing A-Level school

Beyond the good grades schools post, a parent should also find out what other programmes a school offers outside teaching → Read More

Government abolishes end of term exams in schools

Mr James Asile Droti, the National Curriculum Development Centre specialist, says the old setting was time wasting → Read More

130,000 pupils stuck after missing Senior One admission

Only 564,856 pupils have been placed in both private and government-aided institutions → Read More

Head teachers express unease about new curriculum

The head teachers , who had converged in Kampala during the Senior One selection in Kampala on Thursday, said they are not aware of what the new curriculum entails → Read More

Why performance in 2019 PLE declined

Education officials note that many teachers are not helping their pupils learn the new model of assessment → Read More

UPE schools dominate P.7 candidate numbers

Without giving numbers, Prof Okwakol said a significant number of candidates continued to score zero in the examinations → Read More

Education budget to be slashed

Ms Museveni says if the current budget is not increased, they will not be able to carry out some activities to transform the Education sector → Read More

Government to recruit 4,000 secondary teachers

The MPs wondered why teachers who were recruited last year have not been confirmed even after serving the six-month probation → Read More

Schools were victims of fake papers on social media

According to Mr Odongo, they are ready to release the examination results for 695,804 candidates who sat for PLE in November on Friday → Read More

1,600 teachers to roll out new O-Level curriculum

The National Curriculum Development Centre will start training the 1,600 teachers on Monday → Read More

Pension regulator wants NSSF name changed

Urbra says the fund’s name should be amended to a provident fund in the NSSF amendment Bill of 2019 → Read More

Teachers disown new curriculum

The teachers say they do not know what is contained in the revised curriculum, which is expected to be launched by the minister of Education next month. → Read More