We’re bringing digital reading to an estimated 4,500 children in Peru with the CreceLee project
CreceLee is a holistic school-to-home-based project that will leverage Worldreader’s digital library on tablets and mobile phones to bring reading to students.
The project anticipates reaching over 10,000 households and up to 50 schools by the end of year three.
CreceLee will use BookSmart,
our integrated reading solution, as a key intervention
BookSmart is an affordable digital reading solution that helps students read, develop valuable 21st century skills, and become effective life-long learners.
CreceLee will help improve learning outcomes among children
The CreceLee project has been designed to achieve the following goals:
- Increased reading comprehension
- Increased reading levels
- Increased time spent among parents and children reading together
CreceLee will use a multipronged approach to ensure the project’s success
Behaviour change campaign
Worldreader will launch local and national school-to-home behavior change campaigns to encourage parents to continue their children’s education at home by reading together on Worldreader’s mobile reading application.
Worldreader will collect qualitative and quantitative data at both the classroom and household level to measure changes in reading practices and attitudes, and reading comprehension and fluency scores, to gauge project impact.
You can sponsor the CreceLee project
We are looking for visionary donors who believe in the promise of technology to transform education across the world. Your donation today will help us bring CreceLee to more schools.
You can bring CreceLee to your school
Interested in bringing the CreceLee project to your own school? Get in touch with us to learn more about how you can do that.
Contact us at email@example.com.
Crecelee is working with partners to successfully implement the project
With special thanks to the Kaphan Foundation for their generous support of CreceLee.
And gratitude to Hand of God Wines for supporting the launch event for the project.