Teaching English Online To Government School Students

RightToRead, an edtech program, is an effort to demonstrate that technology that supports reading and comprehension can play a major role in enhancing English proficiency of students in government schools. The initiative aims to enable English literacy in India (and globally) with the help of multi-sensory reading and comprehension AI software– ReadToMe® (research indicates, language is learnt best when learners […]

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RightToRead Program in Latin America | EdTech | EnglishHelper

EnglishHelper recently submitted an application for the TPrize 2020 Challenge focused on Latin America and the Caribbean: How can disadvantaged communities design and participate in skills-based and lifelong learning opportunities to create productive and prosperous livelihoods in the 21st century? Latin America: the Reading Challenge and Learning English  Latin America has a reading crisis. Results from PISA 2018 reveal that, […]

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Communicating Smartly is Key to Scale | RightToRead

The RightToRead program’s reach has expanded explosively in the last 5 years. From 100 schools spread across 6 states in 2013, it covers more than 25,000 schools spread across continents impacting over 8 million students today. The RightToRead footprint covers 27 states and 5 Union Territories in India and 9 countries across Asia, Latin America and Africa. At each stage […]

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A Note From an English Teacher | Tech-Enabled Reading & Comprehension Program: RightToRead

Abdul Salim is an English teacher at Sane Guruji Urdu Vidyalaya in Rahatekar Vadi in Nagpur. He has spent most of his life in the city, doing what he does best; teaching English to students. Salim is one of the 100,000 teachers from around the world who use ReadToMe® in their classrooms.  He was first introduced to the ReadToMe® software […]

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RightToRead Helps Millions Learn English

In the nineties, while surveying over a hundred Government schools in urban Lucknow, we noticed that teacher absenteeism led to schools not being opened for 8 to 10 months a year. Our mission of empowering more children to learn English seemed bleak after seeing the state of the education system. However, things have changed since the nineties which makes our […]

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