Kamwenge school proprietors criticize proposed conditions
Private school head teachers and proprietors in Kamwenge district have criticized the proposed conditions by government to reopen schools saying it is unreasonable.
The Kamwenge district LC 5 chairperson Aggry Natuhamya, a school proprietor and an Educationist says this might not be practical especially in rural areas where congestion is already much in class rooms.
He says it is practically impossible and requires a number of interventions including addition of class rooms since only 10 pupils will be allowed in a classroom to keep social distance between learners.
Mwesigye Stephen the managing director for Dreamland primary school says it is stressing on the side of the pupil and teachers.