Universal Primary Education Performance In Uganda: A Critical Analysis
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Universal Primary Education Performance In Uganda: A Critical Analysis
This study was a critically analysis of Universal Primary Education (UPE) performance in Uganda in relation to the achievement of the overall objectives of primary education as set in 1996. The core inclination for undertaking this research was the desire to assess the quality of UPE in Uganda derived from the understanding that sustainable development in developing communities like Uganda is hinged on the provision of quality education to her citizens. In order to attain this, a combination of research methods have been conducted particularly the questionnaire and content analysis; where 84 questionnaires were returned out of 84 sent out giving 100% response rate. Further analysis was done DownloadViews: 116

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