By Blog Site Manager
Although some progress has been made in recent years, we need to find more ways to improve low literacy levels in Africa.
Lockdowns expose the digital divide in Africa where lack of access to online learning at home is impacting children’s education.
We believe in literacy as the foundation of lifelong learning and education. Discover how the World Literacy Foundation is empowering children in remote communities to afford better opportunities in life and break the poverty cycle.
Online education has become an option for keeping students learning during COVID-19 pandemic but many youths and children in rural communities are lagging in technological advancement. This situation highlights the educational inequity in the world.
The World Literacy Foundation is thrilled to announce the partnership with Cindy O. Charles, Founder, and CEO of Kupanda Sisters, Inc. in April 2020. We are joining forces to implement Sun Books in Georgetown, Guyana.
Literacy is the acquisition of reading and writing skills, whereas education is much more. It involves using learned literacy skills to interpret the world we live in. Real education begins when we turn that key.
Building positive relationships with learners can be easy in person but now educators face a new challenge: how can they build rapport and engage learners within a digital learning space?
Learn more about the impact of school-closures due to COVID-19 on students in Nigeria who do not have access to computers and other devices to continue learning remotely.
International Literacy Day is celebrated on September 8 ...
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