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The Global Reading Challenge

The ability to read from an early age is the platform that enables life-long education. People without this critical skill are often socially and economically handicapped. The global literacy rate of 85% means there are 775 million people in the world who cannot read or write.

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RightToRead

RightToRead seeks to demonstrate that reading & comprehension technology makes a material difference in reading proficiency.

  1. The class textbook is made available on the reading software - ReadToMe.
  2. ReadToMe is integrated with the school timetable - with the regular English class period.
  3. Teachers are trained and empowered to use ReadToMe in class.
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Footprint

  1. Currently, the RightToRead footprint reaches Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
  2. In India, the RightToRead program is implemented in multiple states and reaches more than 1 million students.
  3. In 2015, RightToRead was launched in Barranquilla and Cartagena in Colombia.
  4. 2016 saw the expansion of the project to Sierra Leone and Bangladesh.
  5. In 2017, the program has been introduced in Sri Lanka, Nicaragua, and Honduras.
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Impact Studies

RightToRead aims to enable literacy by large scale technology intervention. A series of studies demonstrate the impact of the program and create a compelling case for the deployment of this model across the globe.

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Stories

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"Some of the pictures in the Picture Dictionary are very funny and I love looking at the Picture Dictionary in class! Even my friends, we all love. . . ." - Dev Thakur, Gujarat, India

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"I like the RightToRead Program. It is different from other subject teachings, because of its real presentations. The ReadToMe software helps me a lot. . . ." - Yei Elizabeth Ellie, Koidu, Sierra Leone

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