Ugandan Teachers Not Happy with New Curriculum
The Uganda National Teachers Union says it was not consulted over the approved revised curriculum, which has been approved by President Yoweri Museveni. The overhaul drops or merges some subjects, leaving only 20 to be taught.
Monitor, 11 April 2018
The teachers under their umbrella Uganda National Teachers Union (Unatu) have said they were not consulted over the approved revised curriculum. Read more »
Monitor, 10 April 2018
The government has overhauled the O-Level curriculum, dropping or merging 23 subjects and approving only 20 to be taught. Read more »
A student of Kakungulu Memorial Secondary School in Kibuli, Kampala, does a physics practical paper during the UCE exams last year.
The Uganda National Examination Board (Uneb) says that the 'massive' leakage of the 2017 Uganda Certificate of Education examinations didn't affect the results. Mary Okwakol, the ... Read more »
Less than half of the almost two million Ugandan children who enrolled in primary school in 2010 have written their final exams. Using education ministry data, the Saturday Monitor ... Read more »