Parents have asked the education ministry to increase its school inspection to ensure discipline among both teachers and students.
The call came as the head of the UTODA buses Sacco, William Katumba, expressed concern at the rising incidence of learners accessing uncensored television programmes, which were likely to lead them to bad habits like early sexuality, drug addiction and general criminality.
Katumba said only the government was capable of moving to ensure good ethics among the youth. Katumba, who also doubles as owner of several schools in Kampala and Wakiso, cautioned that increased internet use ought to be regulated.
To this end, he asked parents to be mindful of their responsibilities to their offspring.