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Title:Professionalism and unionism in the teaching service: the development of teachers' 'organisations' in Uganda
Author:Tiberondwa, A.K.
Year:1977
Periodical:Utafiti
Volume:2
Issue:1
Pages:45-56
Language:English
Geographic term:Uganda
Subjects:trade unions
teachers
Link:http://archive.lib.msu.edu/DMC/African%20Journals/pdfs/Utafiti/vol2no1/aejp002001004.pdf
Abstract:After a short description of the position of teachers is missionary and private schools, the article analyses the development and acitivities of the following teachers' unions: the African School Teachers Association, founded in 1942 and dissolved in 1953; the Uganda African Teachers Association, founded in 1943 and since 1958 the Uganda Teachers Association; and the Primary and Junior Secondary Teachers Union, founded in 1956 and later on the Uganda Teachers Union. Conclusions the unions were more interested in their own conditions of service than in educational reform. Notes.
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