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Many Schools Continue To Record Low Students’ Turn Up Across The Country

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On 5th September the third term of this year’s academic calendar was officially set off. However many schools around county have continued to record unusual numbers of turn up.

At Magula SS,in Adjumani district which is a refugee dominated school, only 32 students of 385 had reported by first week. The headteacher Mr Justine Thomas,says the poor turn out will affect the completion of the syllabus for candidates.

“Parents are generally complaining of the school fees challenges and there are those with second term school fees arrears totaling to 20M”he disclosed.

Many schools have continued to record low learner’s turn up in the first two weeks of third term over lack of fees.

Third term is a critical period in learners academic life because it determines progress from one class to another.

While as some schools are getting prepared for the fourth coming exams, for both primary and secondary school. At Bukomasi primary school in Hoima district have sent back students who reported without school fees, which makes their education future unpredictable.

Also Read  Low Turn Up in Lango Sub Region As Term III Kicks Off

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