Innovators

Explore ACR GCD’s community of more than 80 innovators to learn more about their creative solutions to get all children reading.

All Innovators

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  • Benetech

    Adding Marathi human-narrated audio capabilities to create accessible, grade-level storybooks that can be listened to on low cost audio devices by children who are blind/low vision

    Competition

    Grant Competition 2014

    Winner Status

    Winner

  • Catholic Relief Services

    Using innovative technologies for teachers to create and translate print/braille learning materials and for children who are blind/low vision to learn braille.

    Competition

    Grant Competition 2014

    Winner Status

    Winner

  • Creative Associates International

    Mobilizing community members to submit favorite local stories and folktales and distributing the stories, along with comprehension questions, to early grade students and their families via SMS.

    Competition

    Grant Competition 2014

    Winner Status

    Winner

  • Institute for Disabilities Research and Training

    Assistive technology that enables educators to easily create and publish Moroccan Sign Language (MSL) supported educational materials for students who are deaf/hard of hearing.

    Competition

    Grant Competition 2014

    Winner Status

    Winner

  • Kampuchean Action for Primary Education

    Transforming readers into basal electronic formats with interactive features, including multi-modal presentations that build on children’s oral Khmer language skills

    Competition

    Grant Competition 2014

    Winner Status

    Winner

  • Little Thinking Minds

    Building an online levelled and differentiated early grade Arabic literacy learning platform supported by after school literacy clubs for students.

    Competition

    Grant Competition 2014

    Winner Status

    Winner

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