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In Guatemala in 2014, 33% more PoP second graders are showing proficiency in early literacy skills than their peers.
In Ghana in 2015, teachers and students both report that students with e-readers are reading 2X as much as before.
In Guatemala in 2014, 40% more PoP 2nd graders are literate than their peers.
In Guatemala in 2015, 98% of teachers report increases in student focus due to a new PoP building.
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Lives impacted in our countries by our programs
A set of tools and technologies aimed at drastically increasing educational outcomes for children by using tablets, e-readers and creative materials to reach the most underserved communities in the countries where we work.
Introducing our Quarterly Transparency Report (QTR), a place for PoP to publicly share our most up-to-date results and data.Read the Report
An in-depth analysis of our 2014/15 Teacher Support Program in Ghana, including key takeaways for future programming.Read the Report