Amar Ujala | Spoken English

With ReadToMe, Even Government School Students Will Speak English Fluently Under the RightToRead initiative, ReadToMe has entered Himachal Pradesh and will now benefit children in 1,514 schools. As a result of this initiative, government school children will now be able to improve their spoken English, just like their counterparts in private schools. These schools have been offered ReadToMe for grades […]

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The Hindu | Learn English

A Software That Helps Children Learn English As a part of the RightToRead initiative, ReadToMe is set to roll out in 1,00,000 Indian schools, covering at least 15 million children in 2018. ReadToMe is an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based software that has improved learning outcomes for an estimated one million Indian students across eight Indian States in 2016-17. This tool helps […]

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NRI News 24/7 | Learn English

Multi-Sensory Technology to Change the Way Millions Learn English Over the last decade, surveys conducted across government schools in India have highlighted a significant gap in the reading and comprehension ability of students. In 2013, EnglishHelper launched an initiative RightToRead, with the objective of improving reading and comprehension skill of students in government schools using technology. By 2016, RightToRead had […]

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Business Standard | English Language

Computers in the Classroom Does technology have a role to play in improving learning outcomes for children in government schools in India? Evidence from Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, Delhi, suggests that the answer is yes! Children from class VI have had their English language textbooks digitized and the content appears on the screen in front of them. What makes this […]

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The New Indian Express | Learning English

New Software Helps Underprivileged Kids Speak English the Right Way Can technology-enabled learning prove to be helpful in learning English? Evidence from the Girls’ High School in Rezimental Bazaar in Secunderabad, Hyderabad, suggests that the answer is yes! Asha Kumari, who has 12 years of experience in teaching English to high school students, teaches children as they sit in the […]

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Outlook India | English Language

E-Education Playing Professor Henry Higgins As English is generally not spoken at home by most students in government schools, many of them have difficulty or are unconfident about speaking English, mainly because of issues with pronunciation. Outlook India’s article discusses how technology has the potential to address the problem of English language learning for children in government schools in India. […]

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DNA India | Learn English

One Million School Kids Learn English in Digitised Way DNA India talks about the RightToRead initiative and says that it has revolutionised the way English language learning is being taught for nearly one million children in government-funded schools, across eight Indian states. These states include Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Punjab and West Bengal. The RightToRead initiative helps […]

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The Bastion | Learning English

English (Win)glish: Using Technology to Improve Public Education Today, anyone with the knowledge of English seems to have better job prospects, opportunities, and access to the world. In India, surveys have shown a gap between reading and English comprehension skills of students assessed in public schools. Can technology help in learning English and solve the deteriorating English learning outcomes at […]

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The Statesman | English Language

Software Solution to Improve the English Language in Gujarat Weakness in understanding the English language is a problem for poor children in government schools in Gujarat. Children from economically deprived sections of society in Gujarat are not introduced to the English alphabet until the fifth grade. What then is the best way to help improve English language comprehension amongst these […]

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The Hindu | English Language

RightToRead Initiative Gets Under Way in City Schools According to a survey conducted by the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER), more than 50% of students in Standard V cannot read Standard II textbooks. What then can be done to improve the English comprehension standards and English Language skills of students in Government schools in India? RightToRead is an initiative […]

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