Uganda: Schools Reopen after Two Years Lockdown

According to Fr. Okello who has been serving at the Conferences’ Education office for the past four years, the first one month after reopening of schools which was Monday, January 10, “Students will concentrate on the summarized version of what they could have learnt in their previous classes and then get into the new syllabus for the current level through a bridged curriculum.”

Additionally, to help the nation that had the longest lockdown worldwide recover the lost learning time, the government has adjusted the school calendar hence students will take short breaks of about two weeks and take longer in school.  

Source: AMECEA

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