National Curriculum Development Centre
The National Curriculum Development Centre was established by statute (the NCDC Act Chapter 135, Laws of Uganda, and Revised Edition 2000). A new bill that revises most of the provisions of the existing law however is now on the floor of Uganda Parliament although the institution has existed since 1973, when it was first established by Decree.
The Centre is a corporate autonomous body of the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports. It is responsible for inter-alia development of curricula and related materials for various levels of education (i.e. Pre-Primary , Primary, Secondary and Tertiary), organising capacity building courses for stakeholders on curricula and matters related to curriculum.
Develop and provide curricula and instructional materials for quality education through continuous manpower development, research and stakeholder consultation.
To be a centre of excellence in producing relevant curricular for national development.
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