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Right Education System in Uganda

Discussion in 'Education news' started by TMLeader, Jun 12, 2020.

  1. TMLeader

    TMLeader New commenter

    With a great education system in Uganda, 2020 high schoolers enabled with courses such as entrepreneurship got to finally graduate.
     
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  2. phlogiston

    phlogiston Star commenter

    I'm glad to hear that.
     
  3. thecraicis90

    thecraicis90 New commenter

    Hi. I'm a frequent visitor to friends in Uganda. May I ask to what does this post refer?
     
  4. TMLeader

    TMLeader New commenter

    Curriculum coverage on how effective it's after graduation.
     
  5. phlogiston

    phlogiston Star commenter

    Two thousand pupils did a version of business studies?
    Some students completed the course this year?
    More students have been able to study?
    Who knows?
     
  6. TMLeader

    TMLeader New commenter

    Hi @phlogiston, I am not sure if the questions are directed to me or the origin of your data.
     
  7. phlogiston

    phlogiston Star commenter

    I expect every course in every country in the world enables many of the students taking the course to succeed.
    Your first post seemed a little random. I am sincere in saying that I am pleased the course is working. I have friends in Uganda and know folk who have spent time there.
     
  8. TMLeader

    TMLeader New commenter

    Yes, entrepreneurship is a great course for students all over the world. How can it be introduced in early learning other than in children's creative books?
     
  9. Mr_Malaga

    Mr_Malaga New commenter

    Are the schools now open over there?
     
  10. TMLeader

    TMLeader New commenter

    Schools are still closed in major parts of the world.
     

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