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Whether you want to learn a bit about early reading or you’re preparing to do something about the appalling reading levels of children, it’s a good idea to have a resource for inspiration and news. We have compiled a list … Continue reading
Research has time and again highlighted how meaningful learning starts with strong reading skills. Children who do not learn to read at an early age find it increasingly difficult to “absorb printed information, follow written instructions, or communicate well in … Continue reading
READ Alliance, a project that aims at nurturing and promoting early grade reading in India by supporting promising innovations hosted its first ever READtalks, a discussion platform to share thoughts, solutions and spark conversations around early grade reading. The landscape … Continue reading
Meet Vinod Madhukar Dole, a class seven student of an Ashram school in Maharashtra (Gargaon Ashram School) who has been studying here since class 1. Both his siblings, an elder brother and younger sister are studying in the same school. … Continue reading
The READ Alliance team has been travelling to explore innovative organizations working in the field of Early Grade Reading in India. During one of our recent visits, we met with Vidhya Das, who along with her husband Mr. Achyut Das … Continue reading
Studies have shown the vital importance of reading ability on a child’s future and a country’s economic development. A 2011 UNESCO report found that if all students in low-income countries left primary school with basic reading skills, 171 million people … Continue reading
To celebrate National Library Week (April 10 – 16, 2016), we rounded up organizations who are using libraries in innovative ways to Encourage READing. Today, we are presenting the work done by Karadi Tales, a children’s publishing house which takes children … Continue reading
On 8th, 11th and 12th April, CKS, in collaboration with Worldreader conducted training workshops with Katha, Society for All Round Development (SARD) and Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust (HLFPPT). The preceding workshop held on the 4th April workshop officially launched … Continue reading