November 17, 2015
Room to Read, a global organization focused on Literacy and Girls’ Education, publicly shared today 10 insights into what makes global education work, gleaned from evaluations and studies of the 10 million children they have impacted to date. The findings include indicators that affect children’s habit of reading, reading fluency and school attendance; governments’ willingness to adapt national curriculums and teaching materials; and the likelihood of girls to remain in school despite risk factors such as societal pressure and early marriage.
The 10 key findings are indicative of Room to Read’s effective program design and have had a significant impact on the quality of education 10 million children around the world received. The findings are below and for more information, visit www.magicbulletmedia.com/MNR/RoomtoRead.
“Achieving our milestone of 10 million children impacted through Room to Read’s programs is a time to celebrate and further our mission,” said Erin Ganju, Room to Read’s CEO and co-founder. “By sharing our findings on what works in global education we hope to deliver a quality education to every child in every corner of the globe.”