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PARENTS TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONS AND SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES CONTINUE GETTING IN HOUSE WORKSHOPS ON THEIR ROLES IN SCHOOLS

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Following the 2012 PTA and SMCs TRAINING WORK SHOPS Computers for Schools Uganda has continued following and monitoring the activities of these management institutions by participating in their meetings in schools.

These institutions are the real back bone of schools, when they are weak literacy and numeracy levels lower and vice versa.

In order for PPE to attain intended goals it is imperative that these institutions be encouraged and supported

The heads of schools have embraced this program because they feel their work load has been shared and made easier.

Many times for example a school would not have enough funds to cater for a meeting of 21 members of PTA but since EPP joined their schools this problem has been somehow solved.

The presence of these institutions in schools mean greater planning, greater communication leading to literacy and numeracy levels automatically rising thus building a steady education pyramid for the young generation.

Computers for schools therefore deems it right to keep supporting these institutions for without them all it’s endeavors of promoting a well-balanced rich meaningful education system will come to no avail.

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Kibiito PTA and SMCshaving a tea break in one of the meetings in march 11th 2013.

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