By Aggrey Twesigye
Fagil Mande the former commissioner in the Ministry of Education and consultant has revealed that liberisation in education has caused positive trends.
He said this at Bishop Stuart University yesterday 10th March 2020 where he appeared as the chief debater .
Fagil Mande said that the Ugandan private sector has contributed much in the development of education in the country.
The debate that had a motion “economic liberalisation has squandered education system in uganda” attracted many institutions around Mbarara such as Bishop Stuart university, Ntare school, Mbarara high school, Kashaka girls, Welden school, Kakoba college Mbarara, Allied school Mbarara among others.
Fagil Mande cautioned both the students and parents to work hard to implement the new introduced secondary school curriculum adding that this curriculum aims at imparting skills to students.
The vice chancellor Ms Mauda Kamatenesi thanked all the participants from all the schools and the debate society at BSU for the work done in the university.
The open debate was part of the activities that will take place in Bishop Stuart University week that will have many events including Football competitions, running competitions among others.
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