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Title: Pupil dropout rates in Universal Primary education (UPE) schools: a case study of Bwambara sub county, Rukungiri District
Authors: Byamugisha, Karuuru Patrick
Keywords: Universal Primary Education
School drop outs
Rukungiri District
Uganda
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Kampala International University
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to establish the causes of school drop outs in selected UPE schools in Bwambara Sub County, Rukungiri District, its effects and the approaches that can be used to tackle the problem. The School drop out rate in Bwambara Sub County is very high and more girls than boys drop out of School. The high incidence of dropping out of School poses a serious problem to the social and economic health of the society. As the pool of drop out continues to grow, employment opportunities for them become more limited because today’s economy requires the labour force that is literate and with enhanced technology The study was conducted in selected UPE schools in Bwambara Sub County, Rukungiri District.
Description: Abstract is currently available in soft copy
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/259
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