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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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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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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The Silent Army

A note from the author: “Around the world, hundreds of millions suffer the lack of basics. No fault of theirs, they just happen to be those who were born to never receive the benefit of good nutrition or health care or education and are compelled by that poor start to remain clutched by poverty. At EnglishHelper, we enable people from low […]

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Our Compulsion for Choice

A note from the author: “We offer technology enabled English learning. Our methodology enables reading and comprehension. Our technology supports multi-sensory learning of the English language. Learners are able to read and speak concurrently. We use this method to help people improve their spoken English skills. Too many young children do not have access to resources that help them learn […]

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Learning English – It Is Not Always About the Rules!

How do so many people across the globe start learning English? The first language we learn is our mother tongue – at home, with friends, in school. As we listen and speak, we learn our native language even before we begin reading and writing. Learning to read in our mother tongue is easy. In early classes, teachers use words we […]

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Why Not Ask Why?

A note from the author: “We are engaged in the business of helping people learn English. We offer programs to improve English writing. We enable people improve their spoken English. We work in schools, with youth and assist company employees communicate in English confidently. Through our work we get to see much more than would be otherwise visible. We see […]

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Scripted by Chance

A note from the author: “A number of our young suffer poor quality of school education. Those who make it through to higher education are often subject to high cost and yet questionable learning outcomes. We offer learning English as an immediate, remedial intervention. One day, we hope, the education system will be transformed – if not by social action, […]

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