• Authored By: Rehema Kahunde, Ambrose Ogwang, Denis Maya, Corti Paul Lakuma and Brian Sserunjogi
07 Apr 2022

The full reopening of schools in January 2022 is expected to revive the ailing education sector. However, schools are still experiencing numerous

COVID-19 related challenges even after reopening. This rapid survey explored the preparedness of private schools to reopen fully, the level of attrition among students and teachers, the challenges in keeping schools open in the future and the perceptions about the recovery pathways of the sector to the pre-pandemic period.

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