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Shifting perspectives on using communication devices as learning tools can increase access to education and support learning in low resource contexts

Using devices like smartphones as learning tools can be a low-cost, high impact method of increasing access to education, especially for hard-to-reach learners …
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Reading Day to Encourage Children to Read More

Amazing Reading Day event at Confidence College in the Pretoria CBD organized by our partner, Mia Le Roux , Senior Lecturer from the …
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Disparity Between Ideal and Real Online Education

Online education seems to be a good alternative during times of social distancing; however, technology challenges still need to be faced.
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Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and Illiteracy

Poverty and its associated stressors have several cognitive effects that can limit a child’s potential for literacy and learning success. To alleviate stress, …
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Literacy, the Access Code to Healing the World

We believe in literacy as the foundation of lifelong learning and education. Discover how the World Literacy Foundation is empowering children in remote …
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Education in Sub Saharan Africa

Online education has become an option for keeping students learning during COVID-19 pandemic but many youths and children in rural communities are lagging …

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