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Opinion: Why foundational skills are vital to close the literacy gap

By reading this article, you’re demonstrating your ability to read. When you figure out how much your groceries cost, you’re using math. Words and numbers are all around: in newspapers, signs, advertisements, movie captions, contracts, and emails from colleagues. Yet literacy is under threat, and urgent action and funding is needed. Read more

Leveraging Community Volunteers to Tackle High Pupil-Teacher-Ratio in Nigerian Classrooms

In Nigeria, the issue of overcrowded classrooms has far-reaching consequences for both teachers and learners. The challenges of managing larger classrooms hinder effective teaching and learning. In this blog, Aisha Umar Adamu, the Kaduna State team lead, sheds light on how community volunteers are stepping up to assist teachers in tackling the high pupil-teacher ratio …

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