Study of the education sector in Rwanda
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Published by Ministry of Education in Kigali .
Written in English



  • Rwanda.,
  • Rwanda


  • Education -- Rwanda,
  • Education -- Rwanda -- Statistics

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Edition Notes

StatementRwandese Republic.
ContributionsRwanda. Ministère de l"éducation.
LC ClassificationsL679 .R93 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 148, 56 p. :
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6814843M
LC Control Number00284744

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  Education in Rwanda was a privilege many only dreamt of. But then came a quick transition in the mold of the learner-friendly and inclusive education system that took shape after the Genocide against the Tutsi, giving the Rwandan education system a .   Education in Rwanda Welcome to the online guide to Education in Rwanda. Information on the ministry of Education, secondary schools, primary schools, Higher education opportunities and so much more. The development of ICT in Education is set to improve Rwanda’s economy through education ventures. By Rukabu Andy Benson, Watoto Vision on Africa, Rwanda After the introduction of nine year basic education in and 12 year basic education by the government of Rwanda in , many of the private schools have lost the majority of their students. Some of them even ended up closing the doors.   The government is accessing the viability of a new 12 year Basic Education for Africa Program (BEAP), has reliably learnt. The education strategy was revealed at a three day international conference that brought together representatives of the United Nations Education Science and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and several Rwanda’s executives in education sector at .