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Too Much TV and Computer Use By Children Cause Academic Blunt ─ Research

Too Much TV and Computer Use By Children Cause Academic Blunt ─ Research

Children who watch television or use computers for many hours risk blunting their academic performance, a new research warns. The research results published on 4th September 2020 indicate that children…

Promotion of Head Teachers To be Based on Experience Instead of Exams

Promotion of Head Teachers To be Based on Experience Instead of Exams

The Ministry of education has changed the method of providing schools with headteachers, a move that intends to improve the quality of education. This time, the ministry will appoint experienced…

85 Per Cent of Candidates Fail Teachers’ Recruitment Exam

85 Per Cent of Candidates Fail Teachers’ Recruitment Exam

The Rwanda EducationBoard(REB) is set to organize the second phase of teachers’ recruitment examination after 34,134 candidates failed to score the required the pass mark in the…

COVID-19: UNICEF Rwanda Recommends Early Schools Reopening Plan

COVID-19: UNICEF Rwanda Recommends Early Schools Reopening Plan

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Rwanda has recommitted its support to government plans in reopening schools. UNICEF recommends that the earlier the plan, the better to minimize…

Rwanda Gets Rwf8.7bn for TVET Training to Boost Labour Market Skills         

Rwanda Gets Rwf8.7bn for TVET Training to Boost Labour Market Skills         

Rwanda’s industrial base is growing but the lack of the right labour market skills to match the industrialization needs continues to hamper the progress. One of the the…

Schools Should Prepare To Reopen ─ Ministry Of Health

Schools Should Prepare To Reopen ─ Ministry Of Health

Ministry of Health says schools should continue to prepare for the reopening by establishing Covid-19 preventive measures while also adjusting to online learning systems to reduce the number of…

President Kagame Roots for Africa’s Quality Education that Focuses On the ‘Right Things’

President Kagame Roots for Africa’s Quality Education that Focuses On the ‘Right Things’

President Paul Kagame says Africa’s path to prosperity will be defined by the quality of schools and secondary school that focus on the right skills, as a vital link…

Rwanda: A New Medical School to Open with A- 60 Student Intake

Rwanda: A New Medical School to Open with A- 60 Student Intake

 A new private medical school  from the Adventist University of Central Africa (AUCA), has opened registration for the first intake which will admit 60 students for the 2020/2021 academic…

Troubled INATEK Assets to Be Auctioned

Troubled INATEK Assets to Be Auctioned

Professional court bailiffs in Ngoma district, eastern province have scheduled auction of some assets of the University of Kibungo (UNIK) formerly Institute of Agriculture, Technology, and Education of Kibungo (INATEK…

Rwanda Bookmobile Delivers Storytime To Families

Rwanda Bookmobile Delivers Storytime To Families

I&M Bank Rwanda recently made a grant for RWF45m to the Rwanda Bookmobile (www.read.rw), a local NGO, to develop and broadcast a new storytelling program in…

Construction of New Classrooms At Good Pace – Education Minister

Construction of New Classrooms At Good Pace – Education Minister

Date to re-open schools is yet unknown, despite the probable date of September this year; the earlier hope that by this time, COVID-19 will be contained is vanishing…

Rwanda Will Be Cautious Ahead of Reopening Schools in September – PM Ngirente

Rwanda Will Be Cautious Ahead of Reopening Schools in September – PM Ngirente

 That schools will open in September 2020 is still a wish, not a schedule as earlier suggested. The Prime Minister of Rwanda Dr. Edouard Ngirente said while updating the Parliament…