How Technology is Helping Society Get Better Learning Outcomes

A recent article published by The Economic Times (October 04, 2019, 08:03 IST) talks of how edtech is helping the education system in India to get better learning outcomes.    Priyanka Sangani, the author of the article shares how start-ups are investing in technology and education to enhance the quality of teaching in the public education system in India.    […]

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The English Master Talking About the Education System

Entrepreneur magazine (October 2019 issue) features Sanjay Gupta, CEO, EnglishHelper. The article highlights Sanjay’s journey as an entrepreneur. Sanjay commenced his career in Finance and over the years has worked in a variety of industries across the globe. In 2010, Sanjay gave up his job as Head of American Express with a desire to ‘give back’ to society. He decided […]

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AI-Enabled Reading is the New Norm

A recent authored article written by Sanjay Gupta, Global CEO, EnglishHelper, and published by The Pioneer (September 25th, 2019) highlights the ineffectiveness of the Indian public school system. Sanjay talks about how students in early grades do not achieve the desired reading standards, which directly influences their ability to learn various subjects. In his article, Sanjay urges the need to […]

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Reversing the Migration – from ‘Free to Fee’ | Education System

A recent authored article penned by Sanjay Gupta, CEO, EnglishHelper and published by YourStory (Sep 20th, 2019) talks about how the Indian school system needs to urgently reform in order to capitalise on the existing framework. From shutting down government schools with below par occupancy to going digital, there is a long road ahead for the Indian public education system. […]

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Making English Accessible | Tech-Based Learning

A recent article published by The Asian Age newspaper (Sep 22nd, 2019, 1:10 AM IST) talks of how tech-based learning is helping students all around the world. The study revolved around ReadToMe® a multi-sensory reading and comprehension AI platform. ReadToMe® powers RightToRead, an initiative by education tech company, EnglishHelper. The AI software enables students to read English textbooks in class. […]

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EnglishHelper Aiding Millions Learn and Improve Their English

EnglishHelper is helping millions read, speak and write better in English. It’s initiative RightToRead focuses on technology-enabled English literacy for every child and has reached out to over 4 million students across 28 states and 4 union territories. EnglishHelper has introduced and pioneered the RightToRead initiative across thousands of government schools in India. Launched in 2013, the program enables the […]

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1.5 Crore Students to Benefit From Technology Enabled English Program

EnglishHelper a technology-based education company helps people learn and improve their English by offering AI technology-powered learning solutions. The company has joined hands with the Maharashtra government and IETS to enable English literacy across 65,000 schools in the state. EnglishHelper has introduced and pioneered the RightToRead initiative across thousands of government schools in India. Launched in 2013, the Program enables […]

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Careers 360 | Government School Students in Maharashtra to Benefit from Technology Enabled English Program

EnglishHelper has launched RightToRead in partnership with the Maharashtra government and IETS to bring technology enabled English learning to 65,000 schools in the state. EnglishHelper launched RightToRead in 2013. Using the multi-sensory AI software, ReadToMe, RightToRead enables the reading of English textbooks in class and enhance reading and comprehension skills. In 2015, EnglishHelper partnered with the United States Agency for […]

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Business Standard | Right to Read Program on a Roll in India, Africa, and Central America

The RightToRead initiative was launched to address the massive literacy gap in India.  ReadToMe is an AI multi-sensory reading and comprehension software that powers RightToRead. The program is designed to introduce  minimum change yet deliver best outcomes. The existing school textbooks are read in class during normal school hours.  The initial pilot was implemented across 100 schools in 6 states […]

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Forbes | Why Ed Tech Is Finally Reaching Its Potential

While many other EdTech startups may struggle to jump from one school district to another, EnglishHelper has managed to scale at a rapid pace. Founded by Dr. Venkat Srinivasan in 2010, a Boston based cognitive scientist, the company leverages artificial intelligence-based, technology platforms (ReadToMe and WritingAssistant) that can support English reading, comprehension, speaking, and writing. Under the RightToRead initiative, ReadToMe […]

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