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Government to crackdown on unlicensed schools

By Wilson Manishimwe

Added 13th January 2018 04:37 PM

This according to primary education state minister Rose Seninde, will ensure that schools fulfill the minimum requirements.

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Janet Museveni receiving 2017 PLE results from Prof. Mary Okwakol the UNEB chairperson

This according to primary education state minister Rose Seninde, will ensure that schools fulfill the minimum requirements.

The Government is set to crackdown on all unlicensed schools including before the start of the school term.

This according to primary education state minister Rose Seninde, will ensure that schools fulfill the minimum requirements.

“All the unlicensed schools including Bridge International academies will not be allowed to operate or open for the school year 2018.This position is in line with our circular and press release number DES50/14 of  September 22,2017. We made it clear to all Ugandans that we shall not allow these schools to open,” Seninde said during the release of 2017 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) at the Office of Prime Minister on Friday.

She urged parents to desist from enrolling their children in schools that do not have licences allowing them to operate.

The education and sports minister Mrs Janet Museveni expressed concern about districts which divert vehicles meant for education officials to other activities.

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