By Watchdog reporter
The Ministry of Education has revealed that Old Kampala Senior Secondary School is going to be re-opened next week on 26th July, 2017.
The school was closed on 14 th July, 2017 following a strike by students protesting the transfer of their headmistress Azidah Nsubuga.
Alex Kakooza, the ministry’s permanent secretary said after the unrest the ministry together with Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) constituted a team to establish the causes of the strike and come up with strategies for addressing them; including a roadmap for re-opening the school.
“The team interacted with a number of key stakeholders including a cross section of parents, teachers, students and some members of the public and generated useful information and recommendations. A report has accordingly been finalized and presented to the Ministry of Education and sports for consideration, ” said Kakooza.
He further revealed that all students should report with their parents citing that no student will be allowed back to school without his/her parent or guardian.
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