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EdTech Logo 04/19/2019 -  Cell-Ed Works wins the $1 Billion Wage Gain Challenge with mobile-first solution
Cell-Ed Works was a chosen winner of the $1 Billion Wage Gain Challenge for presenting an end-to-end mobile solution that will provide skill building, career coaching and job placement services for low-income workers.
World Education and the Grapes for Humanity Global Foundation to Partner in 2019 04/16/2019 -  World Education and the Grapes for Humanity Global Foundation to Partner in 2019
World Education announces its continued partnership with the Grapes for Humanity Global Foundation. Since 2006, Grapes for Humanity has provided over $140,000 of support to World Education’s programs in Myanmar and Laos.
EdTech Logo 04/16/2019 -  New Resources Accelerate Learning, Employment, and Career Advancement for Adults
National non-profits, social enterprises and foundations collaborate to discover how technologies can best increase opportunity for lower-skilled adults
EdTech Logo 04/05/2019 -  Catalyzing a Mobile Learning Movement in Adult Literacy: World Education Receives Milestone Award from Adult Literacy XPRIZE Communities Competition
World Education is honored to be a milestone award recipient in the national Adult Literacy XPRIZE Communities Competition. Team World Ed is improving access to learning for adults with low literacy skills through their smartphones.
World Education Supports E-Learning Basic Education Equivalency Program for Cambodian Youth 02/19/2019 -  World Education Supports E-Learning Basic Education Equivalency Program for Cambodian Youth
In collaboration with World Education’s EdTech Center, the Royal Government of Cambodia and UNESCO launched the first learning center of Basic Education Equivalency Programme at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia.
New Bantwana Website Provides Information and Resources on Assisting Vulnerable Children 02/07/2019 -  New Bantwana Website Provides Information and Resources on Assisting Vulnerable Children
The Bantwana Initiative launches new website at www.bantwana.org.
Track n Trace delivers text books to schools in Cambodia 01/25/2019 -  Text books sent to 416 Cambodian schools through new supply chain tech, Track N Trace
World Education and its partners achieved an important milestone under the Track N Trace Project: the successful digital tracking of school textbooks to 416 primary schools across ten districts in Cambodia.
WGBH logo 01/07/2019 -  Silja Kallenbach on students being "aged out" of school
As the Boston Public Schools revert to an old policy, World Education Vice President Silja Kallenbach discusses what this means for adult students.
Vana Bantwana close out event 12/03/2018 -  The Bantwana Initiative of World Education Holds Close-Out Event for Vana Bantwana Program in Zimbabwe
The Bantwana Initiative hosted a close-out event in Harare to celebrate the accomplishments of the 6-year Vana Bantwana program that supported orphans and vulnerable children in Zimbabwe, funded by USAID and PEPFAR.
ghana literacy news 11/07/2018 -  Stakeholders gather to break down barriers to girls’ education in Ghana
Stakeholders gather in Accra to study the roadblocks to education for vulnerable girls across the country, as well as how to increase access and achievement in education.
Jen Vanek 10/18/2018 -  New study finds that Facebook enhances English language literacy
Jen Vanek, World Education director of digital learning and research, co-authored new study in the Journal of Language, Identity and Education
Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz 10/12/2018 -  Sonia Chang-Diaz Presented with World Education Award
Massachusetts State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz, recipient of annual World Education Award.
The COABE Journal 08/14/2018 -  Blending College Preparation and Career Development for Adult Students in New England
The article "Blending College Preparation and Career Development for Adult Students in New England," written by World Education staff was featured in the special Career Pathways edition of the COABE Journal.
Circle of Hope small image 06/26/2018 -  World Education Board Member Leads Women's Philanthropy Group
World Education’s Board of Trustees Development Committee Chair, Farida Kathawalla co-founded a collective-giving philanthropy program for women.
Jounral of AIDS Care 06/11/2018 -  World Education staff publish on impact of maternal mental health on HIV-exposed infants in Zimbabwe
New study in the journal AIDS Care contributes to the global learning on the impact of HIV-positive mothers on their infants
Patience Ndlovu Presenting On DREAMS 06/08/2018 -  A Conversation about PEPFAR's DREAMS Partnership Features World Education's Patience Ndlovu
The Center for Global Development's event in Washington DC highlights the successes and challenges of the DREAMS partnership.
Girl using tablet with Cambodia TEST project 06/06/2018 -  Teaching Early Literacy through Mobile Learning Interventions in Cambodia
All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development recently published an external evaluation and blog post about World Education’s mobile learning interventions to improve early literacy teaching and learning in Cambodia.
Senegal women's leadership program participant 06/04/2018 -  Radio Network Supported By World Education Featured In Al Jazeera
World Education has supported a women-run, multilingual community radio network that highlights issues of importance - including peace building - in the community.
Young woman taking courses on her computer 05/09/2018 -  How Tech Can Bridge the Employment Opportunity Gap
World Education’s education technology and workplace development expertise was recently highlighted in a blog article published by Walmart Today.
International Women's Day 03/08/2018 -  Celebrating International Women's Day
March 8th marks International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.