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Teacher shortage, instructional materials thwart New curriculum

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The implementation of the new lower secondary school curriculum has been affected by the lack of instructional materials, reduced time schedules, and the shortage of teachers. Beginning with this academic year, on the instructions of the Ministry of Education and Sports, all secondary schools …

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The New Curriculum

Creating generation next Uganda Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | What will Uganda be like 20 years from now when the current Vision 2040 ends? What jobs will they do and what life will they lead, what diseases will they grapple with, and what will they eat? To get a …

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MPs pretending about New Lower Secondary School Curriculum – NCDC

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The National Curriculum Development Centre has said that Members of Parliament who claim that they were not consulted before the new lower secondary curriculum was approved, are not telling the truth. Speaking to journalists at the Uganda Media Centre in Kampala yesterday, Grace Baguma, the …

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Acholi teachers: We are half baked to roll out revised curriculum

Kampala, Uganda  | THE INDEPENDENT |  A number of secondary school teachers in Acholi sub-region trained in the revised lower secondary curriculum; say they need sufficient time to grasp the syllabus before it is rolled out to learners. This week, Ministry of Education and Sports through the National Curriculum Development Centre …

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Parliament suspends implementation of new lower Secondary curriculum

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Parliament has halted the implementation of the revised lower secondary curriculum, which among others scraps termly examinations. The decision followed an extensive debate on the ministerial statement presented by the Primary Education State Minister, Rosemary Sseninde on the matter during plenary on Tuesday. Last …

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