EdTech Initiative for Improving English Literacy in Schools | Guatemala

RightToRead Enables English Literacy – the First Steps in Guatemala Learning English is a challenge across the globe. In February 2019, the RightToRead program was implemented in Guatemala. The initial pilot was launched in 5 schools. Of these, 2 private schools were supported by Pantaleon Group and 3 public schools were supported by FUNDAP. The pilot covered nearly 1400 students […]

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An EdTech Reading and Comprehension Solution for Students

RightToRead – A Technology Enabled Initiative for English Reading and Comprehension Tamil Nadu has over 46,000 government schools with 10 million school going children. English has been introduced as a second language from grade 1. Similar to the English challenge in other regions, students in Tamil Nadu government schools struggle with learning English. In 2013, the RightToRead program was implemented […]

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Business For Good | Social Enterprise

Over the last few decades, global wealth is estimated to have nearly doubled. Unfortunately, inequality has also increased. In other words, a small percentage of people have gained disproportionately.  Meanwhile, as the world gets ‘richer’ a significant number of the global population continues to be denied even the basics of food, housing, health and education. With increasing size and spread, there […]

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The English Aspiration

English education is a dream for a majority of Indians! They believe an English education would open the world up for their children and lead to a better quality of life for generations to come. If there is a want cutting across class and caste in India, it is the aspiration for a sound English education.  When my parents moved […]

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RightToRead -Technology and Education in the Schools of Assam

Improving English Literacy with the Aid of Technology Across 21 Districts of Assam Assam has over 65000 government schools with more than 50 lakh school going children. As per ASER 2018, basic education in Assam has some distance to cover; only 33.5% of students in grade 5 are able to read a grade 2 textbook. The situation with learning English […]

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RightToRead- AI Technology to Improve English Reading and Comprehension in Sri Lanka Schools

ReadToMe® – a Multi-sensory AI Software Enabling English Reading and Comprehension of Text Books ReadToMe® was initially implemented in a school in Colombo. This early effort was sponsored by a very successful and prominent Sri Lankan entrepreneur. ReadToMe® is easy to use in class. The software can be installed on almost any device and integrated for use with existing IT […]

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An Edtech Initiative in Nepal Schools for Learning English

RightToRead- An ‘Edtech for English Literacy’ Initiative English teaching and learning in schools of Nepal is undergoing an amazing transformation with the edtech initiative, RightToRead. The initial launch covers grades 3-5 in 48 government schools across 8 districts of 4 provinces. Almost 100 teachers and over 5000 students are covered in this phase. This project is a partnership between EnglishHelper and Nepal English […]

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An EdTech English Literacy Initiative in Telangana Government Schools

RightToRead – Enhancing English Literacy in Schools of Telangana  In Telangana, many initiatives have been introduced to improve English reading and comprehension of government school students. English is part of the prescribed curriculum from grade 1. Despite this focus, there are many English learning interventions and initiatives in the state. However, English is still a challenge for students across Telangana. […]

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EdTech Initiative Deployed in Schools of Himachal Pradesh

The RightToRead Program Aims At Improving English Literacy Using EdTech In Himachal Pradesh, almost 15 lakh children are enrolled in school. The state has introduced the study of English as a second language from grade 1. Though Himachal Pradesh has achieved a literacy rate of beyond 80%, surveys indicate learning English is still a challenge, especially for students in government […]

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Students in Gujarat Learn English with ReadToMe®

RightToRead in Gujarat – How it Began In 2014, the RightToRead program was launched in Gujarat, in 80 government schools in partnership with American India Foundation. The initiative was supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). In 2016-17, an independent impact assessment by a qualified assessment agency was conducted. The tests revealed there was a noticeable change […]

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