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Training Rural Area Community Educators (TRACE)

Decades of conflict and underinvestment have left the Myanmar education system neglected and nearly dismantled. While education systems are now slowly improving due to recent political changes and reforms, there continues to be little access to quality education for children in remote and underserved areas. For those who cannot access or afford government schools, non-state…


Project for Local Empowerment (PLE)

The Thailand-Myanmar border is home to more than 400,000 migrants from Myanmar and 130,000 refugees living in nine camps. These populations have lived along the border for decades as a result of internal conflict within Myanmar, and generations of children have grown up in the camps and migrant communities, only knowing Thailand as home. Given…


Community Focused Rehabilitation Services in Kachin State

Over the past decade, Myanmar has made strong commitments to support the rights of people with disabilities (PWDs), however there continue to be barriers preventing those with disabilities from accessing basic social services. Studies have found that the rate of disability caused by accidents and health conditions is increasing nationwide, resulting in a large unmet…


Engaging Persons with Disabilities in the Peace Process in Myanmar

In Kayah State and Bago Region, many people with disabilities are excluded from community- and state-level governance and decision-making processes. In particular, persons with disabilities (PWDs) are often excluded from peace-building processes taking place at local and regional levels. Although advances have been made in terms of raising awareness about the needs of PWDs –…


Adult Dual Enrollment through Ability to Benefit

NCTN provides technical assistance to state systems to scale and sustain Ability to Benefit. The Wisconsin Technical College System ATB Toolkit is a prime example of our technical support of state champions engaging their colleagues to create actionable guidance. NCTN also works within local ATB efforts, bringing partners into dialogue on creating the policies and practices to…


Move Forward with Mobile Learning

World Education's EdTech Center is leading a national network on mobile learning (mLearning), providing professional development and developing a resource hub to support effective mobile learning in adult education programs. Following the Tier 1 Achievement Award from the Adult Literacy XPRIZE Communities Competition, Team WorldEd and other winning teams have formed an mLearning coalition that…


Adobe & World Education – Readability for All Partnership

World Education’s EdTech Center is working to improve the readability and accessibility of digital text for adult learners around the world with Adobe, Readability Matters, University of Central Florida and other partners. Our team supports the field testing of Adobe Acrobat Reader's new feature Liquid Mode in adult literacy programs across the US. Liquid Mode…


National College Transition Network (NCTN)

The National College Transition Network (NCTN) provides technical assistance and professional development services to community college, adult education, and workforce systems. NCTN designs accelerated career pathways, comprehensive student support services, and effective multi-stakeholder partnerships that help adults attain their educational and career goals and access greater economic opportunity.  Numerous state and federal agencies, philanthropic foundations, local educational…


Read@Home Track and Trace Book Distribution

Read@Home (R@H) is an unprecedented effort to get reading, learning, and play materials into homes, led by the Education Global Practice at The World Bank Group. The initiative focuses on families who are unlikely to be reached with the remote learning approaches being rolled out by ministries of education (illiterate or semi-literate parents and families…


CrowdEd Learning

The CrowdED Learning initiative began in 2017 as a startup nonprofit organization with the mission to increase awareness and use of open education resources (OER) within adult education. Merged into the EdTech Center in September 2020, it now serves as our core OER initiative and continues this mission through ongoing implementation and testing of products…


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