EnglishHelper™ is committed to enabling English literacy in public schools across the world.
RightToRead was launched in Bangladesh in October 2016 in partnership with Utsho Biddyaniketon at two locations – Sreepur and Gazipur. Students from classes 1 – 5 attend ReadToMe™ classes in the school
“The students of Utsho Biddyaniketon both Dhaka and Sreepur, Gazipur eagerly wait for the classes of RightToRead. They enjoyed the class so much because technology based class is rare in Bangladesh especially in rural area like Sreepur, Gazipur. It is observed that when teachers have started using RightToRead in classrooms the present rate of students is increasing than before. This program is helping teachers and students for proper pronunciation of English words. This is developing their knowledge about English. We hope that the RightToRead Program will play a vital role to teach our students.”
RightToRead Sierra Leone is a project to introduce technology-enabled learning to schools in Sierra Leone. On 30th January 2016, RightToRead arrived at Ahkom School, Kono.
In August 2015, RightToRead entered Latin America. A pilot project was launched in Colombia for 347 students in Barranquilla at Fundación Pies Descalzos, and with 45 students at Fundación La Vecina in Cartagena.