Question is whether the resources allocated to education will be channelled to the people’s most pressing needs
Is there enough for the education sector in the national bag?
The new budget will be read in June. Like the rest of the government departments, technocrats and politicians in education ministry are adding up figures to deliver priorities in the education sector.
Question is whether the resources allocated to education will be channelled to the people’s most pressing needs.
More to the reality is that the budget for this sector has been cut. With the concerns raised by voters and experts, it means the ministry will have to continue running on a tighter purse. You just cannot miss your copy of Wednesday’s New Vision.
We can inspire students to do sciences
Sciences should be emphasised because practical skills engage the minds of learners and remove them from rote learning to cognitive, analytical, critical thinking by applying all the mental faculties.
Essentially, this is the rationale for academics and of becoming lettered, opines Walusimbi Ronnie. See details in Mwalimu.
NiE lifts Serere’s Osokoit Primary from academic pit
The sun rises from the horizon, with its rays striking the compound at Osokoit Primary School, in Eastern Uganda.
A new day, a new dawn, a new direction; has hit the school, thank to Vision Group’s campaign to improve the school’s performance through the ‘Newspaper in Education project.’
The school has had its odds change from being one of the worst to the best performing government school in Serere district. You just cannot miss your copy of New Vision tomorrow.
Nathan Mugume saves Mbarara Junior School from sh236m debt.
Having been in the teaching profession, Mugume is renowned innovative and committed head teacher at Mbarara Junior School; having made massive changes at the school.
His professional and academic life is a true script of grass to glory; having started off as a Grade II teacher years ago and now holds a Masters’ degree in education.
He heads on of the country’s best performing school which he picked from the doldrums almost 10 years ago. Today, this is one of the country’s best performing schools, with 78% of its 158 candidates last year passing in Division One.
At the time of his arrival, only about 28% would pass in Division One. See details in Wednesday’s Mwalimu only in the New Vision.