Schools around the country are gradually increasing the risk of cancer to the population, owing to their poor disposal of wastes from chemistry laboratories.
IN a rather shocking revelation by officials from the education ministry, there is no policy, on how schools should dispose of expired chemicals from their laboratories; which are a human risk.
Schools around the country are gradually increasing the risk of cancer to the population, owing to their poor disposal of wastes from chemistry laboratories. Do not miss the detailed investigative story in New Vision on Wednesday or subscribe for the Epaper
Ayaru uses technology to improve local teaching aids
A LIGHT, sort of ‘crackling’ noise, in a repeated high speed, emanates from one of the classrooms, in repeated high speed; at Nyangilia Primary School.
It is from one of the computers being used by Margret Ayaru, a senior teacher at Nyangilia primary school in Koboko district. She is drawing pictures on the computer, which will later be printed and used in her class in Primary One, in the next few hours. She has mastered a new way of improving teaching. Do not miss her profile in New Vision’s Mwalimu pullout on Wednesday.
Beauty queen gets schools in agricultural race
AS the sun rises, hundreds of students run down the school farm at Maryhill High School. But quite unique, amidst them is a lady, not in a uniform much as she looks slightly older than these school girls. Unlike all other girls in this group, she seems to pull the attention of all the other school girls.
She is one of the nation’s beauty queens–Daisy Nyamon; who is canvasing the nation, inspiring school children to get involved in modern agriculture; through a competitive crop growing campaign. Do not miss her story in New Vision.