Bridge Academies Under Fire in Uganda and Kenya
Officials at Bridge International Academies have been holed up in meetings in Nairobi, following a series of challenges that have beset the group in both Uganda and Kenya. The organisation is working to obtain licenses for its 68 academies in Uganda after a losing a high court case on the matter last year.
A teacher attends to learners at Bridge International Academy, Katooke
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 9 November 2016
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