In these seasons, where events have opened, many things are taking place and random gatherings too aimed at discussing different topics, and with due so education is not left behind.
You might have missed out on the events in the lane of education, the Campus has listed for you one of those coverage stories in the field to keep you on track.
Education Minister calls for investment in the Edu-tech industry
Education Minister, Valentine Uwamariya called upon the potential investors to tap the opportunities that are available in education technology for the social benefits of their countries.
She said this while opening the 15th e-learning Africa Conference during the event that took place in Kigali Convention Centre with over 2000 participants gathering.
Education Minister, however, urged countries to tap into education technology mutual cooperation must be fostered.
“Let us leverage from the e-Learning Africa conference to pave the way to the establishment and strengthening of collaboration within the Ed-Tech ecosystem,’’ she said during the event.
Over 2000 IPRC students graduate for the 5th Cohort
A number of 2753 students from different Integrated Polytechnic Regional Colleges graduated for the fifth edition.
Parents, teachers, and high-ranking officials attended the event that took place at Kicukiro IPRC-Kigali stadium.
Minister of State for TVET and ICT, Hon. Irere Claudette who graced the event as the guest of honor congratulated graduates for their hard work reminding them that the progress of the country will rely on the skills and values drawn from Rwanda Polytechnic.
She urged students to use skills and knowledge they have been acquiring in a three-year period.
She advised graduates to start their businesses with little money they have in their pocket testifying of how she also started with only Rwf40, 000.
Global Partnership for Education held a 3-day visit to Rwanda
Global Partnership for Education (GPE) CEO Charles North and his team held a 3-day visit to Rwanda.
Among the places toured including EP Tumba in Rulindo District to observe the impact of GPE-supported initiatives in the Rwandan Education Sector.
The team also celebrated the approval of a $30 million multiplier grant meant to strengthen teaching and learning in both primary and secondary schools across Rwanda.