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A number of lessons have been created for teachers using Around the World in the Blink of an Eye as a basis for exploring themes such as global art and perspective, the notion of a global community, and an understanding of how access to education may not be the same in different parts of the world. There is also independent lessons which can be used without having read Around the World.
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We’ve curated the best stories and updates for you in our biannual newsletters. Thanks to your amazing support these stories have shaped the lives of children around the world.
CODE’s annual report, published each fall, includes program results, financial statements and stories from the field.
A recent study shows that the Reading CODE project is succeeding in its mission of creating capable young readers and writers in Tanzania. The assessment shows students from project schools outperforming their peers in non-project schools by leaps and bounds.
READING CODE: Assessing a Comprehensive Readership Initiative in Tanzania (pdf)
When a child can read and write, that child can learn to do, and be, anything.