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Can effective leadership impact quality in schools?

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What is leadership about? The word “Leadership” is one of those special words that generate mixed feelings and can be understood in different ways from various vantage points. For some, leadership means being in a position of authority or power

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Wellspring’s program, a more tangible and practical approach

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Wellspring Quality Education trainers’ team continues to support and to facilitate peer learning exchanges and discussions among head teachers, teachers, and directors of studies around the proper implementation of the new competence-based curriculum. Teachers’ discipline, Students’ behavior management, Development of

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When Teaching is not a burden anymore

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Any person who is actively involved in the Rwandan Education Sector and particularly in the realm of teachers’ empowerment, will probably not fail to notice the unusual excitement among teachers in general and the positive higher expectations from the community

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Why do teachers matter?

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It is said that “good teachers are costly but bad teachers cost more”. Therefore, empowering teachers is a nonnegotiable requirement in the process of establishing and sustaining quality education in schools. In line with the Rwandan Government education strategy, which

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Leading as a servant, not as a boss

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At Groupe Scolaire Kagugu, everything rises and falls on leadership. GS Kagugu is one of the Gasabo district schools that are supported by our School Development Program whose main purpose is to foster quality in schools by empowering head teachers

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The impact of parental involvement in school development

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The community involvement in education is crucial. So, a key area of our school development program focuses on empowering parents to ensure that schools are supported by vibrant communities that are ready and committed to champion quality education in their

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“Our children’s education is our future” | Impact story from Mbandazi primary school

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One of the national educational goals in Rwanda is to improve quality and learning outcomes across primary and secondary education. And this is expected to be achieved through

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Why is our program so relevant?

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For the last couple of months, the government of Rwanda went through a major review of its national curriculum with the purpose of ensuring that there is an educational framework that can allow Rwandan children at every level of education

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Impacting our partners in the western province

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Over the last couple of months, our team has been providing in-service trainings to teachers, school leaders of the Association of Baptist Churches in Rwanda (AEBR=Association des Eglises Baptistes au Rwanda) through our Christian Foundations in Education Program. This support

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Overcoming challenges to quality whatever the cost | impact story from Ecole Primaire Gisozi II

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Ecole Primaire Gisozi II is a primary school located in Gisozi sector, one of the sectors in the urban zone of Gasabo district. With 23 teachers and up to 1846 students, this school is one of the schools that Wellspring

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