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Kigali, On 11th February 2020 : Tech-Enabled STEM Teaching (TEST) program was officially launched at FAWE girls’ school at Gisozi by The Rwanda’s Ministry of Educationalong with other 149 schools’ representatives across the country.

In his remarks the minister of education, Dr. Eugene MUTIMURA said that Rwanda initiated the gradual roll-out of the competency-based curriculum (CBC), to provide a more practical, skills-based approach to learning that orients schooling towards 21st-century skills for both teachers and learners as a means of lessening science and technology education barriers.

Sister Eugenie Kayiraba, the Headmistress of FAWE Girls school Gisozi who spoke on behalf of schools of excellence head teachers said that having this program will not only increase technological skills of students but will also allow them to apply the skills to solve real life problems.

The Tech-Enable Teaching Program aims to meet the requirements for 21st Century Educational skills and 4th Industrial Revolution needs.
The minister of education, Dr. Eugene MUTIMURA


Tags: Fawe, Education, Girls

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