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Midline survey reveals Zambian children reading like never before

Zambian second and third graders are experiencing something today their older siblings did not—reading with improved ability. A midline survey from USAID’s Read to Succeed Project reports substantial gains in seven key areas of early grade reading. Learn More...

Story festival in remote Pakistani village promotes literacy with 500+ books

Inspired by the USAID-funded Pakistan Reading Project, teachers in Sindh organized their school’s first “Story Mela”—a community festival of books and reading featuring tales written by educators and students. Learn More...

Microsoft & USAID to expand Nicaraguan youth access to technology

More than 20,000 Nicaraguan youth will gain access to technical training and new technologies thanks to a partnership between Microsoft and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), including at-risk youth along the Caribbean coast. Learn More...

15-country study maps out tech solutions to meet refugee education needs

A new 15-country study unveils the most up-to-date research and best practices for technology solutions to meet the education needs of the world’s refugee and internally displaced children and youth. Learn more about these ICT4E solutions. Learn More...

Preschoolers in Lusaka learn & play their way to school readiness

Three-year-old Chiyanjamo Nyirenda and his classmates have taken some big steps in learning since they first walked through the doors of Mimi’s Place, a first of its kind early childhood education center using The Creative Way methodology. Learn More...

For Civil Affairs officer, development offers new solutions to global challenges

A unique program called Training with Industry connects the U.S. Army’s Civil Affairs with the private sector, including development organizations like Creative. Army Capt. Roman Terehoff reflects on his one-year fellowship and the value of program. Learn More...