Entries for category "Culture"

Freed To Dream: Wash. U. Graduates First Class Of Students In Prison

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Just like every other graduation ceremony, there was a grand display of pomp and circumstance. There were caps and gowns; a visitation room filled with proud family members eager to join the audience. The only thing different about this ceremony is that all of this happened at the Missouri Eastern Correctional Center-state prison for men, in the town of Pacific, where 10 inmates seized the opportunity to make history by becoming the first graduates of Washington University’s Prison Education Project.

Nas Daily's Review On Rwanda

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This change and forward thinking Rwanda is the atmosphere Nusseir Yassin of Nas Daily entered. After a jet-lagged flight, he arrived in a country he knew nothing about and reviewed how Rwanda bounced back from their tragic history. The Israeli-Palestinian has risen to internet stardom with his one-minute daily Facebook videos and Rwanda was next on his list.

CTRL The System: Rwanda Sets Up First Coding Academy

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Rwanda Coding Academy opened its doors for the first time in 4th February 2019, to enroll 60 students altogether including 30 young ladies and 30 young men, who were among the top performers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects in the previous year's O' Level National Exams. The academy will graduate students after 3 years of learning and they will be fit with the tag "Born To Code" which will be the basis of their development as worldwide programming engineers.

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