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UNEB warns schools about fake PLE papers in circulation

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has warned headteachers and parents about the circulation of fake examination papers ahead of the 2020 Primary Leaving Examination-PLE. Addressing journalists on Monday, the UNEB spokesperson Jennifer Kalule noted that the fake papers are being sold by unscrupulous individuals …

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200 pupils in Gulu to miss PLE

Gulu, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | More than 200 candidates in Gulu district will not be sitting for the Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE). Statistics from the Gulu district Senior Probation and Welfare Officer Jessica Anena indicates that 2,877 candidates were enrolled in Primary Seven this year but only 2,665 were registered …

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PLE: Kasese teachers go to homes to trace for drop-outs

  271 girls did not return when school re-opened ahead of PLE Kasese, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Head Teachers in Kasese District have started going to homes to trace learners who dropped out of school during the lockdown. The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Kasese, Amis Asuman Masereka says 482  of …

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Government urged to pay 2020 examination fees

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Following the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economy, government has been urged to pay examinations fees for finalists in primary and secondary schools. Bugabula South MP, Maurice Kibalya urged government to intervene in the plight of parents and students and meet the examination …

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Top PLE pupils in Gulu, Omoro uncertain of joining secondary

Gulu, Uganda  | THE INDEPENDENT |  Hundreds of needy children in Gulu and Omoro Districts who excelled in Primary Leaving Examination – PLE may not join secondary School for further studies due to financial constraints. Up to 5,405 candidates sat for PLE from 144 Primary Schools in Gulu last year. Of these, …

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Nakaseke reaps better results after intensifying pressure on teachers

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Pressure piled on headteachers and teachers across schools in Nakaseke district has significantly led to an improvement in the performance of learners. Area leaders attributed this to the performance as seen in the recently released Primary Leaving Examinations results. According to the Uganda National Examination …

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