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ICTs in Education

Today technology is used to gather and share information, access job information, and develop awareness of the broader world. Disadvantaged populations who do not have access to or knowledge of information and communications technologies (ICTs) are trapped across a "digital divide," thus they are unprepared to enter the wider business world or even to continue their education to the university level.

World Education supplies teachers and schools with computers and tablets, and trains both teachers and youth in ICT skills so these technologies can enhance the quality of teaching and learning. Beyond classroom lessons, technology is used to improve school systems, such as tracking student attendance and performance to inform schools when interventions are needed. Mobile phone technologies are also used to access rural populations with educational messages to prevent child labor and help educate low income populations on basic financial literacy and positive small business practices.

In addition, World Education frequently develops online trainings and applications for students and teachers in the course of its work. Visit World Education's EdTech Center, an online resource that works to meet the evolving education and training needs of under-educated adults and youth through high-quality, innovative services aimed at increasing local staff skills and program capacity. The EdTech Center supports educators and local partners in the integration of digital technologies into instruction, promotes digital literacy and access to accelerate learning, college and career readiness, and offers mobile and online learning opportunities.

Featured Projects

View details: Youth and Technology

Youth and Technology

Capitalizing on the movement to improve access to education and skill building opportunities for Myanmar youth, World Education is providing non-formal education opportunities for out-of-school youth.

View details: Total Reading Approach for Children Plus (TRAC+)

Total Reading Approach for Children Plus (TRAC+)

TRAC+ continues the early-grade reading benchmarks developed during TRAC, adding Grade 3 benchmarks to those already developed. The project is expanding TRAC methodology to 170 schools in five provinces.

View details: Total Reading Approach for Children (TRAC)

Total Reading Approach for Children (TRAC)

World Education, in collaboration with Kampuchean Action for Primary Education, is implementing a reading program in Kampong Cham Province to support the Ministry of Education's new phonics-based reading curriculum for grades 1-3.


Featured Resources



View details: Shweta Goes Back to School

Shweta Goes Back to School

Shweta is very loyal to her family, but had never given up her dreams of getting an education.

View details: Escaping The Streets Through Technology

Escaping The Streets Through Technology

Ucay was raised in an orphanage, but by the age of thirteen he was living on the streets.

View details: Sundari's Bright Future

Sundari's Bright Future

Yielding to family pressure, Sundari's father decided to marry her off before she could finish school.