Author: REAL Centre

Three ways in which school closures impacted Rwandan secondary school teachers

This blog summarises highlights from our latest research synthesis (also translated into Kinyarwanda) focusing on Rwandan secondary school teacher attitudes, training and retention, as well as student learning outcomes, when schools reopened after the COVID-19 closures. The publication also shares implications for policy and future research based on the findings.

Bringing teachers’ voices into the discussion about teaching and learning in Rwanda

An important part of any research project should be engaging research participants so that both researchers and research participants have the chance to learn and reflect together on the findings. Engaging research participants in the findings they have contributed to can also help to identify rich evidence-based solutions. However, this…

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