Last week’s Global Education Monitoring report has acclaimed Rwanda for commendable student enrolment in both primary and secondary institutions. Analyzed data from the report shows that the country has significantly reduced the student/computer ratio, a result of the One Laptop per Child Project, which is a motive that could prove crucial in transforming Rwanda to middle income nation by 2020. The East African state has achieved a 98% school access rate, with its system being further enhanced by a supply chain management configuration that enables schools to order books from publishers, while the govt. monitors on delivery. The UN has recommended the nation due to its adherence to the goal 4 of the Sustainable Development Goals which seeks to enact inclusive, equitable and high-quality education and learning opportunities for all. Rwanda’s Education Minister Papias Musafiri recently commented on the report, saying that his administration will further focus on post Millennium Development Goals, while still striving to maintain its impeccable inclusive education system.