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How nature stimulates a child's learning

More and more children today have less and less contact with the natural world. And this is having a huge impact on their health, growth and development. This is mostly the case for children dwelling in urban areas, largely due to growing uptake of technology that pushes them to prefer TV screens and other electronic gadgets to outdoor stimuli.

Balancing act: it pays to work while still studying

Students naturally experience financial stress due to various reasons which puts them on pressure to look for all means possible to survive. One choice some take is to find a part-time job. The main reason why a student will normally choose to get a job while at school could be to cater for their living expenses as well as gaining work experience in a certain field.View details on New Times

Umwarimu wize kwigisha kandi ukunda umwuga we ni Inkingi y’ireme ry’Uburezi

Iyo niyo insanganyamatsiko yagendeweho ku munsi mukuru wa mwarimu “International Teacher’s Day” wizihijwe tariki 05/10/2017 mu gihugu cyacu. Ku rwego rw’isi, insanganyamatsiko iragira iti “Teaching in freedom, Empowering teachers”. Umunyamabanga wa Leta ushinzwe Amashuri Abanza n’Ayisumbuye muri Minisiteri y’Uburezi, Bwana Isaac Munyakazi ni we wayoboye umuhango wabereye mu Karere ka Rubavu ku nshuro ya 16 mu gihugu cyacu. Kuri iyi nshuro, uyu munsi wanizihijwe mu Mirenge yose y’igihugu.  

Byanditswe na: REB

Children libraries improve primary education

Having been observed that some pupils complete the first cycle of primary education without skills to read Ikinyarwanda (local language), the Ministry of Education in partnership with its stakeholders opened libraries around the country to bring together primary school students on daily basis after their classes. View details: http://bit.ly/2gxUAv0

UNICEF receives €3.5 million grant to boost Rwanda’s education

IKEA Foundation has awarded UNICEF a new grant worth over €3.5 million (around Rwf3.5 billion) aimed to support early childhood development in Rwanda. The grant will allow UNICEF to continue its work alongside the Government of Rwanda and civil society organisations to transform the way families and communities nurture their children. View details: http://bit.ly/2yIcJjn

Education minister defends relocation of UR colleges

The idea to merge some of University of Rwanda (UR) colleges and relocate some was studied and adopted to aid a more efficient distribution of resources and to give students an opportunity to study in locations that are fully equipped, Education minister Papias Musafiri has said.

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