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Ranking of PLE schools per district
Publish Date: Feb 04, 2014
Ranking of PLE schools per district
After excelling in the 2013 PLE, these excited boys, pictured at the New Vision offices, look ready to take on the next level. PHOTO/Maria Wamala
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The Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) results for 2013 were released on Friday. Of all the 560, 784 candidates who sat for the final exams, only 52, 786 passed in division one.

A total of 247, 507 students were in division two, 125, 292 in division three while 68, 554 made division four.

About 66, 645 pupils failed and were not graded.

An anlysis of the Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) results since 2000 done by New Vision recently showed that thousands of schools have never had a single candidate in first grade in the last 12 years.

Below is a sample of the ranking of schools' performance in the 2013 PLE per district.

For a detailed 20 pages of the full lists, check today's (Tuesday's) New Vision newspaper.

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RANKING PER DISTRICT (Sample)

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