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Table 4.8: Number of teachers by ownership ........................................................................................... 46 Table 4.9: Distribution of Textbooks by Subject ...................................................................................... 48 Table 4.9: PTR & PCR by school ownership and Region in Primary Schools ......................................... 49 Table 4.10: Pupil Stance Ratio at Regional Level .................................................................................... 50 Table 4.13: Reported Cases of HIV/AIDS in Primary Schools by Region ............................................... 51 Table 4.14: Modes of Dissemination of HIV/AIDS Information to Pupils ............................................... 51 Table 5.1: Secondary Schools by Ownership ........................................................................................... 52 Table 5.2: Secondary Schools by funding body ........................................................................................ 54 Table 5.3: Distance from DEO’s main office ............................................................................................ 55 Table 5.4: Enrolment by grade & gender .................................................................................................. 56 Table 5.5: Secondary Schools Enrolment by Ownership and Region ....................................................... 56 Table 5.6: New Entrants to S. 1 ................................................................................................................ 57 Table 5.7: Repeaters by class and gender ................................................................................................. 58 Table 5.8: Repeaters by gender and region in government schools ......................................................... 58 Table 5.9: Proportion of Students with Adequate Sitting and Writing Space ........................................... 59 Table 5.10: Students with disabilities by gender and class ....................................................................... 59 Table 5.11: Students with disabilities by gender and region ..................................................................... 60 Table 5.12: Students with disabilities by gender and class ....................................................................... 60 Table 5.13: Orphans by region and gender ............................................................................................... 61 Table 5.14: Orphans by class and gender .................................................................................................. 61 Table 5.15: Secondary teachers by region ................................................................................................ 61 Table 5.16: Teachers in Secondary Schools by Qualification ................................................................... 62 Table 5.17: Extra CA by type and participation ........................................................................................ 63 Table 5.18: Sports Equipment available and Needed in Secondary Schools ............................................ 64 Table 5.19: Sports facilities by Condition in Secondary Schools ............................................................. 65 Table 5.20: Reported Cases of HIV in Secondary Schools by Region ..................................................... 65 Table 5.21: Textbook distribution in classes by region and subject .......................................................... 67 Table 5.22: STR by Region ....................................................................................................................... 69 Table 5.23: SCR by Region ...................................................................................................................... 70 Table 6.1: Schools by Distance from DEO’s Main Office ....................................................................... 75
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11 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 Table 6.2: PostSchools’ Distance from Similar School ............................................................................ 75 Table 6.3: Enrolment in Post Primary Institutions by Ownership, gender and Region ............................ 77 Table 6.4: Enrolment in by Year of Study ................................................................................................ 77 Table 6.5: Highest Qualification Attained by Instructors .......................................................................... 78 Table 6.6: Instructors and Students by Ownership and Region ................................................................ 78 Table 7.1: Enrolment by Region in Non-Formal Centres ......................................................................... 81 Table 7.2: Dropouts by Cause in Non Formal Sub sector ......................................................................... 83 Table 7.3: Pupil Teacher Ratio by Region in Non Formal Sub sector ...................................................... 89 Table 7.4: Pupil Teacher Ratio by Region in Non Formal Sub sector ...................................................... 85 Table 8.1: Institutions by Ownership ........................................................................................................ 86 Table 8.2: Enrolment by gender ................................................................................................................ 87 Table 8.3: Enrolment by Ugandan/Foreign students ................................................................................. 88 Figure 8.4: Tertiary Lecturers/Tutors by Qualification ............................................................................. 89 Table 8.5: Full Time & Part Time Lecturers/Tutors in Tertiary Education .............................................. 90 Table 8.6: Student Lecturers/Tutors Ratio in Tertiary Institutions ........................................................... 91 Table 8.7: Library Space, Text Books and Computer Usage .................................................................... 91 ANNEX ..................................................................................................................................................... 92
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12 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 LIST OF FIGURES Figure 3.1: Pre-Primary Schools by Type ................................................................................................. 25 Figure 3.2: Schools Distance from Nearest Primary School ..................................................................... 28 Figure 3.3: ECDs Attachment to Primary Schools ................................................................................... 29 Figure 3.4: Enrolment by Grade in Pre-Primary Schools .......................................................................... 29 Figure 3.5: SNE Pupils by Impairment in Nursery/Community/Home Based ECDs ............................... 30 Figure 3.6: Distribution of Nursery Teachers by Qualification and Gender ............................................. 32 Figure 3.7: Distribution of Main Water Sources in ECD Centres ............................................................. 32 Figure 3.8: Pupil Accessibility to Water Sources ..................................................................................... 33 Figure 4.1: Number of Schools by Ownership and Region ....................................................................... 35 Figure 4.2: Schools by Location and Registration Status
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