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Is the African School in the 21st Century still an enemy of the farm?

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Contextualizing the Pedagogy for Secondary School Agriculture under Uganda’s Curriculum, Assessment and Examination (CURASSE) reform

Dr Okiror (Department of Extension and Innovation Studies, Makerere University, Uganda) will provide an overview of this study, supported by the Cambridge Africa Programme for Research Excellence (CAPREx) and Alborada Fund. This paper situates the agriculture subject within the African schools’ contexts and on the ongoing Curriculum, Assessment and Examination (CURASSE) reforms in Uganda. Based on the findings of the study, the research team have proposed recommendations for improving the teaching and learning of agriculture in Uganda.

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