Uganda: Parents fault schools for hiking Uneb exam registration fees

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    Parents fault schools for hiking Uneb exam registration fees

    A section of parents in central region have faulted public schools for hiking examination registration fees for students in candidate classes. Some parents who spoke to Daily Monitor on Tuesday, say many government-aided schools in the region charge between Shs90,000 and Shs200,000 which they say is exorbitant. Mr Wahab Kayiza, a parent at Masaka Secondary School, one of the biggest government-aided schools in Masaka, says they are being asked to pay registration fees despite clearance by the government. “We are told government pays exam registration fees for all students under the Universal Secondary Education (USE), but school administrators continue demanding ...


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