Recess is Best

Recess for ALP learners

Photo by Jessi Smolow

Two girls take a break from their Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) classes to enjoy lunchtime recess.  World Education’s Bantwana Intiative programs in Zimbabwe help out-of-school children catch up to their peers and re-enter the formal school system.

Refresher Training

Benchmark refresher training in Siem Riep

World Education’s TRAC program collaborated with the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport to develop reading benchmarks for the national reading curriculum in Grades 1 and 2. TRAC trains teachers in partner schools in how to use these benchmarks and assessments.

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Language Integration

This language integration program helps migrant students keep up in school.Photo by Tim Syrota.

This is a Migrant Education-run school with 280 students and 14 teachers. Twelve of the Burmese students are in an integration program where they took intensive Thai classes for 1-2 hours a day so they could keep up with other students!

The school uses curriculum developed by World Education, including an English curriculum used for the past 5 years.

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