June 29, 2016

FORGET smart uniforms and small classes. The secret to stellar grades and thriving students is teachers. This is how a recent article in the Economist starts. It resonates strongly with APIE’s programme in Rwanda, where smart uniforms are in short supply and small clas...

From 15th  to 22nd of May 2016, APIE gave me (Jean de Dieu Dusingize, Head Teacher of Umubano Primary School) the opportunity to go on an academic visit to England during which I visited different schools including The Wroxham School, Brunswick Primary School and Hove...

June 28, 2016

I have been working with A Partner in Education over the past year or so. I had been Skyping Jean de Dieu, and we had been discussing similarities and differences between our schools and the jobs we do as well as trying to make suggestions to one another to help improv...

June 22, 2016

It’s easy to think that ICT will be the answer to the problems in developing countries and that it will solve everything. In many ways it is obvious that to address inequality, access to the internet and all the information it offers must be good, and this struck me mo...

June 16, 2016

'More than 60% of Rwanda's population is under the age of 24, so their understanding of the genocide is shaped by their families and communities. "There are resentments and ideologies that children learn from their parents and wider communities, and these feelings pose...

June 8, 2016

On 17 May, APIE was pleased to hold an exciting event in partnership with Prospero World's Cornucopia Giving Circle entitled 'Peace, Stability and Prosperity: How International Collaboration Is Creating Educational Excellence in Rwanda'.

The main event was a conversatio...

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