Learn to Read

In #Mozambique, our Aprender a Ler (Learn to Read) project improves reading outcomes for students in grades 2-3 in more than 1,000 urban and rural schools! #pages4progress

In Mozambique, our Aprender a Ler (Learn to Read) project improves reading outcomes for students in grades 2-3 in more than 1,000 urban and rural schools!

We do this by training teachers, creating instructional materials, and designing evaluation tools to measure reading improvements.

By reading #Pages4Progress you’re making a public statement that these things are important!

Mobile Learning Van

Mobile Van Reading Program 4Photo by World Education staff.

In China, World Education’s ConnectEd project works with migrant schools around Beijing and Shanghai that have insufficient teaching facilities.

For those migrant schools that do not seem able to absorb a computer lab or afford new books and tools, ConnectEd has a mobile van filled with books and hardware that provides digital access and library resources to multiple schools on a weekly basis.

Support access to quality learning materials by donating to World Education.

 

Spin Class

Photo by World Education staff.

These Cambodian girls test out their reading toolkit of flashcards, games, and letter puzzles.  The toolkit is a component of World Education’s new Total Reading Approach for Children (TRAC) program, which works with Cambodia’s Primary Education Department to develop short-interval reading benchmarks to help teachers identify struggling students in grades 1 -3.

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