Uneb introduces new system to grade schools

Value. Students sit Uganda Certificate of Education exams at Kakungulu Memorial School Kibuli last year. Uneb will start grading secondary schools basing on value addition next year. PHOTO BY ABUBAKER LUBOWA

What you need to know:

  • Uneb has promised to cancel results of those who will be caught in examination malpractices while they will withdraw centre numbers from schools which will be involved in this vice.
  • To the guardians who have not cleared their children’s school fees, Uneb executive secretary, Mr Daniel Nokrach Odongo asked them to negotiate with the school authorities so that candidates are not disrupted in case they are denied access to the examination rooms.

KAMPALA. The Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb) will, beginning next year, start grading secondary schools according to the value they have added on their students.
The Uneb executive secretary, Mr Daniel Nokrach Odongo, on Thursday said the school effectiveness measure they have introduced will compare secondary schools to see how much progress students have made from the time they joined in Senior One to the time they leave at Senior Four.

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