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Rwandan Journal of Education

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The Rwandan Journal of Education (Rwandan j. educ) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed, and annual journal dedicated to education.  Its primary goal is to publish and advance knowledge and research in the field of education. The journal is based at the University of Rwanda – College of Education (former Kigali Institute of Education) and it publishes articles that critically explore research and theoretical issues, as well as innovation that inform education policy, planning and practice.

RJE encourages submission of unpublished manuscripts on pertinent educational issues that stimulate and / or enrich discussion forums on improving quality in all aspects of education including teaching and learning processes, programs, governance, management and others.

Other websites associated with this journal: www.ce.ur.ac.rw 


Vol 4, No 1 (2017)

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Editorial EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Evariste Karangwa 3
A model perception on the independence of PhD students in promoting the research capability at University of Rwanda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Denis Ndanguza, Vedaste Mutarutinya 4-12
Barriers and challenges of educational development in China: an analysis on rural-urban migrant residents EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Emile Uwamahoro, Bekoe A. McJerry 13-21
Closing the gap: analytical study on leadership and demonstrated competencies among primary school head teachers in Rwanda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Claudien Ntahomvukiye, Alfred Otara, Michael Tusiime, Robert Sengarama, Christian Karasira 22-33
Factors inhibiting students’ ICT knowledge acquisition and utilization at Oguaa School for the Deaf in Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Patience Dadzie-Bonney, Samuel K. Hayford 34-46
Investigating the status and barriers of science laboratory activities in Rwandan teacher training colleges towards improvisation practice EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kizito Ndihokubwayo 47-54
Mathematics and science teachers’ understanding and practices of learner-centred education in nine secondary schools from three districts in Rwanda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Théophile Nsengimana, Sylvain Habimana, Védaste Mutarutinya 55-68
Teacher qualification and teaching techniques in nursery schools in Kicukiro District, Rwanda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Alphonse Benegusenga, Philothere Ntawiha, Wenceslas Nzabalirwa 69-79


ISSN: 2312-9239
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