By Benjamin Jumbe
The Uganda National Examinations Board has expressed concern over a number of parents with no plan for their children to return to school.
This follows a study conducted to ascertain the readiness of parents to take their children to school ahead of opening.
Findings from the study on the effects of COVID-19 on teaching and learning conducted in May this year revealed that while the majority of the parents are willing and ready to take their children back to school, 8.5% with children in primary six have no plan at all.
UNEB Senior Examinations officer Amos Opaman says this is a point of concern because it will affect the future of these children