The quality of education in Uganda: a case of Iganga and Mayuge districts

Author(s): Mutisya, Maurice; Ngware, Moses; Abuya, Benta; Hungi, Njora; Mahuro, Gerald

Organisation(s): African Population and Health Research Center

Date: 2016

Pages: 133 p. + 54 p.

The study aimed to examine the schooling patterns of children living in rural settlements in Uganda as well as the quality of the education they receive. Specifically, the study sought to identify the key barriers that have the most effect on learning outcomes. The ultimate anticipation is that the evidence generated through this study will be used by policymakers to improve the provision of quality basic education for all children living in rural settings in Uganda.

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