The publication of the new Education Sector Strategic Plan (ESSP) 2013/14 - 2017/18 marks the update of the ESSP 2010- 2015 and alignment of plans for Rwanda's education sector in line with the Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS 2). View complete policy: http://bit.ly/1Ea3kKd
Integanyanyigisho snha y`uburezi bw`inshuke igamije gutanga uburezi buboneye kandi bufite ireme.
This is a summary document of the complete competence-based curriculum framework. It includes information about the principles and competences in the new curriculum, subject syllabuses and rationale, learner profiles, assessments and the implementation of the curriculum. It will serve as a point of reference for decision-making relating to the curriculum and guide the work of curriculum developers, school principals, teachers, textbook developers, school inspectors, examiners and teacher trainers.
The Framework includes the subject overviews, the ‘maps’ of the learning in every subject for all phases of schooling from pre-primary through primary to the end of secondary. However, it does not give the detailed description of subject content nor does it provide the learning units or outcomes/objectives per subject per year. These have been defined and described during the elaboration of individual subject curricula/ syllabus. The Framework is the nation’s guiding curriculum policy document, indicating how the curriculum vision is translated into practice at school level and reflected in learning experiences, assessment and in monitoring and evaluation. It is consistent with the Curriculum and Assessment Policy (2014).