Kalungu west MP Joseph Sewungu has continued to press the Uganda national examination board (UNEB) secretary Mathew Bukenya to separate the primary living examination (PLE) results of UPE from private schools.
While addressing Journalists at Parliament Sewungu said it’s difficult for the public to know the performance of UPE schools when their results are not separated from private schools.
He said Government sponsored schools (UPE) got failures and the majority of those who excelled are from private schools.
He however said that, he is going to write to the speaker of parliament to allow MPs discuss the failure of PLE this year when parliament resumes from recess.
Over 120,000 students across the country failed PLE exams but most of them are UPE products.