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We’ve cared about literacy for a long time! Here, a World Education literacy teacher training session in the Philippines from 1973.
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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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.
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In the early 1990s, after Thailand had signed the Education for All declaration, World Education was asked to assist in developing educational policy, draft the curriculum, and train teachers to work with Burmese migrant students.
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Photo by Katie Martocci.
Our New Schools Program in Egypt improved education by increasing access for girls, training teachers and increasing community participation in girls’ education.
Support girls’ education by donating to World Education.