An Evidence-Based EdTech Reading And Comprehension Program | RightToRead

The world of Randomised Controlled Trials has been demystified, thanks to the Nobel Prize-winning work of Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer. RCTs, as they are more commonly referred to, are experiments designed to isolate the impact of an intervention (or in a clinical setting, a treatment) that can influence outcomes. RCTs are conducted on a sample of the […]

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Small Steps, Giant Leaps Towards Enabling English Literacy in Nepal

The RightToRead program aims at enabling English literacy through large-scale technology deployment with a multi-sensory AI reading and comprehension software ReadToMe® in classrooms. After establishing itself as an effective tool for English literacy in government schools in India, ReadToMe® went global in the year 2015.  RightToRead is known for its easy-to-use technology, cost-effectiveness, scalability, and adaptability. Its successful implementation and […]

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Every Girl’s Right to Read: A Story of Girls Learning English | English Literacy

Janaki Devi Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya (JDSKV) situated in Mayur Vihar, Delhi is an all-girls school with a strength of over 2000 girls. These girls come from culturally diverse backgrounds and most of them are a part of the disempowered section of society, with little or no initiation into the language of English. Hindi is the medium of communication at home […]

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Tech For Good | Technology and Education

A lot has changed within the last decade. Smartphones and cheap internet connections have become ubiquitous and a basic need; far from the time they were seen as luxury goods. Don’t have a smartphone with a 4G internet connection? Good luck trying to navigate modern life: getting a cab or accessing basic government services will all suddenly be out of […]

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Technology & English – A World View | Reading and Comprehension

English is used as the medium of instruction both in school and higher education. It is the language of business. English is often the common language between bi/multilingual speakers. Globally, the use of technology for learning a language is dominated by English. EnglishHelper launched RightToRead in 2013 in India, taking AI technology-enabled English reading and comprehension solution to government schools […]

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How ReadToMe® is Achieving English Literacy in SDMC Schools | EdTech Reading and Comprehension Software

EnglishHelper aims to make a significant contribution by successfully integrating technology in the education system in India English for improving English literacy.  The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) piloted the use of ReadToMe®, the English reading and comprehension solution in 20 schools in SDMC in the academic year 2017 – 18.  EnglishHelper conducted assessments across grades 3 to 5, covering […]

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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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The English Aspiration | EnglishHelper

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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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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