A Burmese student smiles in his migrant school classroom. On the Thai-Burma border, World Education develops curricula and teacher trainings to ensure that migrant children do not fall behind with their education.
Photo by ConnectEd staff
A student displays his vegetable creation, which he made as part of ConnectEd‘s Child to Child Reading program in China. The program works with schools in disadvantaged migrant communities of Beijing and Shanghai to improve poor reading skills.
Photo by Dana Inglehart
Students from the Youth on the Move program in Cambodia are caught in a moment of thanks.
Boys showing off their new knowledge at a school supported by the SHIELD program.
More than 9,000 teachers, 400 school directors, and 8,000 parents have been trained by World Education through SHIELD to help improve the education for children from Burma who attend schools in Thailand.
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