"It is expensive to manage one class because they incur the same costs to run the school"
Proprietors of private schools have decried the high cost of running schools with only the candidate class.
The president while relaxing the COVID 19 lockdown last week allowed schools to resume studies for candidates.
The Kampala district chairperson of the National Private Education Institutions Association Hasadu Kirabira, in an exclusive interview with the New Vision, said it is expensive to manage one class because they incur the same costs to run the school.
"In any case, we spend more on the candidate classes because we do more for them than we do for other classes. We need the resources from the other students to balance out the expenditure on the candidates," he said.