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A bright future for refugees who graduate with an American University Degree through Kepler

DATE POSTED: 02/23/2018

Kepler serves over 500 students on its two campuses in Rwanda, 110 of whom are refugee learners. Future can be more than just circumstances, it can be what one makes of it and what one seizes the opportunities that arise. This is what Kepler hopes for all of…

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The Changing Role of Teachers

DATE POSTED: 02/23/2018

The Escuela Nueva model— which began in Colombia in the 1980s and has been adopted as national Colombian policy — uses a student-centered model with lessons that are better connected to the local setting and recruitment of more advanced students to help low-performing students. Rather than a teacher…

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Youth around the world need higher education for a bright future, including refugees

DATE POSTED: 02/15/2018

“Working in a refugee camp requires addressing basic needs in addition to providing programs that allow for flexibility while holding students accountable to high standards.” A graduate of Kepler, a program that works in partnership with Southern New Hampshire University to offer US accredited degrees to students in East Africa, Landry…

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Can These New Colleges Help Solve Higher Education’s Equity Problem?

DATE POSTED: 11/15/2017

“Hybrid colleges,” embody the kind of innovative thinking needed to tackle higher ed’s intransigent problems.

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Hult Prize: Abanyeshuli ba Kaminuza mu Rwanda barashishikarizwa kwandikisha imishinga yabo bagatsindira miliyoni y’amadorari

DATE POSTED: 10/28/2017

by Uwihoreye Jean Claude

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Azam Saber asezera ati “U Rwanda ni igisubizo cy’impunzi muri Afurika”

DATE POSTED: 06/27/2017

By: Martin NIYONKURU

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02 23
2018

Kepler Educates

A bright future for refugees who graduate with an American University Degree through Kepler

Kepler serves over 500 students on its two campuses in Rwanda, 110 of whom are refugee learners. Future can be more than just circumstances, it can be what one makes of it and what one seizes the opportunities that arise. This is what Kepler hopes for all of…

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02 23
2018

Kepler Educates

The Changing Role of Teachers

The Escuela Nueva model— which began in Colombia in the 1980s and has been adopted as national Colombian policy — uses a student-centered model with lessons that are better connected to the local setting and recruitment of more advanced students to help low-performing students. Rather than a teacher…

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02 15
2018

Kepler Educates

Youth around the world need higher education for a bright future, including refugees

“Working in a refugee camp requires addressing basic needs in addition to providing programs that allow for flexibility while holding students accountable to high standards.” A graduate of Kepler, a program that works in partnership with Southern New Hampshire University to offer US accredited degrees to students in East Africa, Landry…

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11 15
2017

Kepler In The News

Can These New Colleges Help Solve Higher Education’s Equity Problem?

“Hybrid colleges,” embody the kind of innovative thinking needed to tackle higher ed’s intransigent problems.

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10 28
2017

Kepler In The News

Hult Prize: Abanyeshuli ba Kaminuza mu Rwanda barashishikarizwa kwandikisha imishinga yabo bagatsindira miliyoni y’amadorari

by Uwihoreye Jean Claude

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