8 June 2012

Rwanda: Best Teachers in Catholic Churches Rewarded

Teachers in Catholic Churches that have worked better than others have been rewarded before parents and students.

A party was thrown at Saint Aloys Rwamagana recently 2012 to reward the best teachers in Catholic Church schools.

Teachers holding certificates

Senior father of Rwamagana parish asserts that the Catholic Church planned a day in a year, where they sit and evaluate how education in catholic schools is done and take measures on what should be done.

In this year 2012, the Catholic Church aims at promoting quality education in what they called "Lets fight for quality education, develop and be example to others."

Parents and teachers that turned up for the occasion praised catholic schools for being first in quality education and their students that perform best academically.

Rewarded teachers thanked Catholic Church administration and asked parents to mind much about their children's education.

Father Albert Mpambara in charge of education in Kibungo catholic Diocese says that the diocese looks over 39 schools that have over 100.000 members.

Father Mpambara asked parents, teachers and local leaders to stand with them in educating their children.

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