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- Begin With Books
- Big Ideas@Berkeley 2014/15 Prize
- Big Ideas@Berkeley 2015/16 Prize
- Book Boost: Access for All Challenge
- EduApp4Syria Prize
- Enabling Writers Prize
- Grant Competition 2011
- Grant Competition 2014
- Leaders for Literacy
- No Lost Generation Summit Tech Prize
- Ready2Read Challenge
- Sign On For Literacy Prize
- Technology to Support Education in Crises & Conflict Prize
- Tracking & Tracing Books Prize
- UnrestrICTed Challenge
… results in Books in Underserved Languages.
Where Have All the Textbooks Gone?The World Bank examines the cost and financing barriers to universal textbook provision in sub-Saharan Africa.
Best Practices for Developing Supplementary Reading MaterialsUSAID highlights best practices for developing supplemental early grade reading materials for children in developing countries.
Mobiles for Reading: A Landscape Research ReviewThe mEducation Alliance and ACR GCD examine the use of mobile technologies to help children in developing countries learn and practice reading.
Books that children can read: Decodable books and book levelingUSAID examines ways to create a continuum of leveled reading content for children in early grades.
All Children Reading: Round 1 Innovators BrochureACR GCD summarizes innovator projects awarded and managed by the All Children Reading Grand Challenge from 2011-2014.
Innovators Advancing Child LiteracyACR GCD summarizes innovator projects awarded and managed by the All Children Reading Grand Challenge from 2014-2019.
Every Child Should Have a TextbookUNESCO's policy paper spotlights cost as a key barrier preventing children in many countries from having access to quality textbooks.
Harnessing the Potential of ICT’sUNESCO spotlights leading edtech programs that use radio, TV, mobile phones, tablets and computers to support the development of literacy, numeracy and language skills.
Project PAL BrochureAn overview of Project PAL, which enhances literacy achievement through innovative, technology-rich literacy practices and assessments in primary grade classrooms.