5 Ways In Which ReadToMe Student Edition Will Promote English Learning Among School Students

English Learning Crisis In India The education system in India has gone through several changes in the past decades. Over the years, the number of schools has increased, ensuring increased access to education. Presently, India has over one million government schools. Over 60% of the 260 million children in school are enrolled with the public education system. However, there exists […]

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Virtual Classroom: An Integral Part of Education in Future?

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the world to review its current modes of operation across all vectors.  Education is heavily impacted by the present situation. Over 1.5 billion students are now at home as schools are closed across countries. As per UNESCO, more than 60 million teachers are no longer in the classroom.  Education institutions across the world are experimenting […]

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4 Ways In Which ReadToMe® Can Help Students Cope With The Pandemic: Learning From Home

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused panic all around. Widespread closure of schools was essential to slow the spread of the pandemic and keep our children safe. Educators and students are challenged by the resultant ambiguity and the need to ensure continuity of education. The pandemic has demonstrated that education systems around the world were not prepared for such an […]

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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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RightToRead – An Edtech Initiative Beyond Borders

An Edtech Initiative in Sierra Leone Schools to Improve English Reading and Comprehension. RightToRead, an edtech initiative, was initially implemented in Akhom School,Koidu, in academic year 2015-16.The initial pilot had 100 students from Junior Secondary School (JSS)1-3. This early effort was in partnership with LoveSierraLeone organization (LSL). Later in 2018, with support from The Casey Trust, the RightToRead program expanded […]

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An Edtech Solution to Transform English Literacy in U.P. Schools

RightToRead- An ‘Edtech for English Literacy’ Initiative – Early Days in U.P. RightToRead is an edtech initiative that aims to enable English literacy. The RightToRead program was launched in U.P. for grades 6-8 in a few government schools in partnership with Schoolnet. A small cohort of private schools were also provided the technology enabled English reading and comprehension program. A […]

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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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