Govt Shuts Down Over 1, 000 Unlicensed Schools in Uganda
At least 1,132 private primary and secondary schools without licences in various parts of the country have been closed for not meeting minimun standards. The education ministry official says some of the closed school used curricula that was unknown to the ministry, lacked instructional materials, and some had no contracts for the land and buildings they occupied.
Uganda learners write their PLE exams (file photo).
Monitor, 6 February 2018
About 300 private primary and secondary schools did not yesterday open for first term after they failed to meet the minimum standards as required by the ministry of Education,… Read more »