March 2, 2024

Kagadi District Chairman Rallies Parents as Learners Resume Second Term Studies


Yosia B Ndibwami, Kagadi district Chairman LCV

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As Kagadi district registered average turn on Monday May 29th on the opening of second term, the district Lc5 chairperson Yosia B Ndibwami has rallied parents to send their children to school the next day so as to cover up the academic work that was lost during COVID 19 induced lock down.

He made the call on Monday while speaking to journalists at his office at Kagadi district headquarters.

Ndibwami warned government schools against charging fees but urged parents who collaborated with schools to raise PTA fees in supplementing the government services to be cooperative.  

“I argue parents should send their children back to school to enable school head teachers to plan accordingly. We are still in recovery from the post COVID 19 and Ebola challenges in the education sector so we don’t need to relax,” Yosia said.

The district chairperson further urged teachers to report to school with schemes of work, lesson plans and serve diligently to improve the academic standards in the district.

“Teachers start straight away on serious teaching, don’t wait any further, the report we got from the District Education officer shows that all teachers were present on day one of the new term,” Yosia added.

Ndibwami however raised concern that the district has a shortage of 600 teachers but noted that the district will soon recruit more teachers to address this manpower gap in the education sector.


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