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Jane Shussa
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A missed opportunity | The (un)availability of information on government websites

The internet offers an unparalleled opportunity to governments and others to make a wide range of information – and potentially other services – available to the public.

Pregnancy and girls’ right to education: are we there yet?

There is a strong association between a mother’s level of education and her child’s learning levels.

Citizens and access to information in Uganda

Less than half Ugandans believe they currently have influence over local government decisions or over local services.

Simbachawene: teacher motivation matters

“You can pay a teacher 10 million shillings as their salary and they will tell you straight away why it is not enough money. But when you give that same teacher one hundred thousand as a reward for their performance, you will inspire them to do more and better."

Learning Outcomes: the measure of progress for Uganda’s education

Schooling, whether we like it or not, is not just about academic performance but it has an impact on the child’s social and emotional wellbeing and health and other aspects of his/her development

Teacher incentive program helps over 48,000 students to improve in Kiswahili and Mathematics

Twaweza is rewarding 788 Standard I, II, and III subject teachers and 135 head teachers for the 2016 test performance

Incentives can help put the creativity back into teaching

When properly motivated teachers can use their creativity to help children learn, even in the most difficult of circumstances.
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