A World Bank report has identified poor teacher training, language of instruction in school, teacher and learner absenteeism, lack of teaching materials, overcrowded classrooms, and low budgets as the main hindrances to a conducive learning environment in Uganda.
Uganda's Education Poor - World Bank Report
Monitor, 5 February 2019
Uganda's education is struggling with poor quality and low retention of learners in school, a new World Bank study indicates. Read more »
Uganda's education is struggling with poor quality and low retention of learners in school, a new World Bank study indicates. see more »
1.5m Students Fail to Complete S.4
Monitor, 3 February 2019
More than 1.5 million children, who would potentially have sat for the 2018 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) exams, were left behind, according to an analysis by Sunday… Read more »
Will More Funding Solve Issues in Education?
Monitor, 25 June 2018
Out of the Shs32.7 trillion budget for the 2018/19 Financial Year, Education ministry was allocated Shs2.8 trillion to spend on respective activities, including recruiting 5,000… Read more »
'Outdated Education Is Causing Poverty, Unemployment'
Monitor, 20 November 2017
Education experts have attributed the growing poverty and joblessness in the country to the outdated educational curriculum which is preparing Ugandans for none existent jobs. Read more »
First Lady Janet Museveni, who is also Uganda's education minister (file photo).
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