Innovation for Education offered the opportunity to test new ideas to improve the quality of children’s education in Rwanda.
The programme invited a range of civil society and other organisations from within the country and abroad to pilot projects exploring effective and equitable ways of improving.
In total, 26 projects were piloted covering a range of exciting innovations in early years, primary, secondary and technical vocational education. This document Learning from Innovation in Rwanda, provides an overview of these projects which have been rigorously evaluated both by the project teams and by external evaluators. The evaluations have informed the development of this learning document with the aim of providing a better understanding of the innovation process through an analysis of the outcomes of these pilot education projects and the conditions, at both local and national levels, for successful implementation.
The findings from the analysis of the 26 projects will guide the Rwandan Ministry of Education towards the future successful implementation and scaling up of innovations in education, and contribute to an understanding of educational innovations internationally.
You can download and read the project summaries here: