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Rwanda warns schools against hiking fees

Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti Rwanda's Ministry of Education (MINEDUC) has intervened to stop the increase of fees in public and government aided schools, saying that the cost...

How Rwanda’s ‘green schools’ can impact quality of education

Athan Tashobya   Few children in Bugesera District are happier than Solange Ishimwe, the 15-year-old who has just been promoted to primary six. Ishimwe – a pupil...

Rwanda outlines reforms to improve teacher training colleges

Emmanuel Ntirenganya Best performing students from Teacher Training Colleges (TTCs) will be given scholarships to pursue Bachelor’s degree after  two years of teaching in primary...

Senate calls for more efforts to educate historically marginalised Rwandans

Kelly Rwamapera Senators have called upon the Ministry of Education and its partners to pay extra attention to the issue of children from the historically marginalised...

Rwandans urged to embrace e-learning

Diane Mushimiyimana   The Minister for Education, Eugene Mutimura, has encouraged students and the public in general to embrace eLearning opportunities to evolve better in the digital...

The importance of knowledge and transfer of knowledge and skills in Rwanda

Eden Kironde The sixteenth edition of Africa’s Pulse released in October last year returned quite unfavourable economic results of the African region. The biannual appraisal of...

How Rwanda plans to leapfrog straight to the fourth industrial revolution

Julius Bizimungu   What is the fourth industrial revolution? This has always been the first question that comes to the minds of people not just in...

Rwanda: Govt suspends 57 schools in crackdown

Marie-Anne Dushimimana The Ministry of Education has suspended, for a week, 57 public schools, citing failure to meet the basic requirements which students need to...

Rwanda’s pre-school reading programme improves reading culture

Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti They sat under a tree, hurdled in a group, book pages making flapping sounds, thanks to the breeze that morning. When we arrived...

Rwanda: Parents, teachers welcome ban on cell phones in schools

Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti Both teachers and parents have welcomed the ban of cell phone use by students in primary and secondary schools that was announced...

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