Parenting: Why you should take over the teacher’s role this holiday

April holidays are usually the shortest yet exceptionally emotion packed, given that this is also the month when we commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Given the nature of...

School holidays: A good time for kids to explore their talents

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Students have broken off for the holidays, and it’s a time for them to refresh their minds as they prepare for the next term. On the other hand, it’s an...

CUR graduates tasked to spearhead social transformation

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Monsignor Philippe Rukamba, the bishop of Butare Diocese and chancellor of Catholic University of Rwanda (CUR) has urged graduates to engage in fighting problems that slow down social transformation and...

Rwandan teen gets 4 Ivy League college scholarships

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Stella Ituze, 18, has become the first Rwandan to be awarded scholarships in 10 of the best universities in the world including four Ivy League colleges. Ivy League colleges are...

Boarding facilities: Are schools ready for ban?

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The Government recently issued a directive banning boarding in nursery and primary schools in a bid to ensure parents care for their own children closely until such a time they...

Why every learner should embrace the savings culture

When learners are encouraged to embrace the savings culture from an early age, it gives them an opportunity to learn financial discipline and investment. Ordinarily, one would expect such values...

Students urged to participate in forthcoming presidential election

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Students have been urged to participate in the coming presidential election slated for August.

Personalise your comments for better results

As we approach the close of first term, I can’t help but think of the most effective way to give feedback to my students-personalized report card comments.

Don’t rush to leave your home

I am 24 years old, and almost completing my university studies. I already have a job. Most of my colleagues are living on their own, meaning they no longer stay...