World Education’s annual #Pages4Progress campaign is back in time to make your summer reading count. Help us reach our goal of 3 million pages logged by International Literacy Day. Every page read helps to raise funds and awareness to support World Education’s global education programs.
Visit pages4progress.worlded.org and start logging your pages today!
Photo by World Education
We’ve cared about literacy for a long time! Here, a World Education literacy teacher training session in the Philippines from 1973.
Photo by World Education staff
A family reads together at an event hosted by World Education’s Aprender a Ler project in Maputo, Mozambique.
Photo by Jessi Smolow, World Education/Bantwana Initiative
Thanks to our dedicated #Pages4Progress readers, we read more than 2,000,015 pages for literacy! View the campaign results and see where the plot is going next!
Happy International Literacy Day!
Thank you for reading for literacy and universal access to education with #Pages4Progress.
A student circles answers on a TRAC benchmark assessment. As part of the TRAC benchmark system, TRAC developed interval tests that are administered at approximately every four weeks to monitor students’ progress in developing reading skills. The Literacy Coaches and teachers use the results of these assessments to identify struggling readers and provide them with targeted practice to improve their reading skills through the reading toolkit and mLearning app.
Support literacy worldwide just by reading by joining #Pages4Progress.
2/3 of illiterate adults are women.
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We’ve got people reading for literacy with #Pages4Progress across the globe!
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TBT to 2002. Girls explore books in the tin trunk library that is filled with books after graduating from World Education’s GATE program in India.
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You’re not alone! Over 2,000 readers have read for #Pages4Progress so far. Tell your friends and help us get 2,000,015 pages by September 8, International Literacy Day!
Log those pages here: bit.ly/pages4progress