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3 Questions with Kouteba Al-Khalil on Creating Safe Education Systems for Syrian Girls

Kouteba Al-Khalil
October 27, 2021
4 Minute Read

Understanding the distinct challenges facing girls is central to stopping harm and addressing gender-based discrimination.

A Conversation with Jennifer Swift-Morgan

Dr. Jennifer Swift-Morgan
October 18, 2021
2 Minute Read

Let’s have a conversation with Jennifer Swift-Morgan, senior advisor at Chemonics, about building equity in education, fostering country-led development, and teaching and learning in Cameroon.

3 Questions with Norma Evans on Chemonics’ Numeracy Toolkit

Norma Evans
July 22, 2021
3 Minute Read

Chemonics’ latest toolkit helps educators implement programs to enhance students to engage more effectively with mathematics. Learn more from one of the toolkit’s authors about its guiding principles and how it can help the education sector improve math literacy around the globe.

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Development Works Here with Andres McAlister

Andres McAlister
July 8, 2021
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Development works here because great people work here. We’re excited to introduce you to our team.

News: Chemonics Joins CIES 2021 to Discuss Pressing Global Education Issues


April 22, 2021
3 Minute Read

At CIES 2021, Chemonics will join the global education community to share cutting-edge innovations and lessons learned on universal design for learning, reform, distance coaching, and more.

News: Chemonics and Reading Partners Bring High-Quality Literacy Tutoring to D.C. Elementary Schools


February 15, 2021
3 Minute Read

Chemonics International and Reading Partners are pleased to announce their partnership for the 2020–2021 school year, bringing high-quality literacy tutoring to elementary schools in Washington, D.C.

Early Grade Reading: What Does ‘Good’ Look Like and How Do We Measure It?


August 18, 2020
5 Minute Read

What do you need to measure improvement in early grade literacy? Early grade reading benchmarks and a way to frequently assess every student’s performance. Learn how the USAID Soma Umenye project collaborated with the Rwanda Education Board to develop both.

3 Questions with Fred Kasongo on Expanding Early Grade Literacy in Crisis-Affected Communities

Fred Kasongo
August 14, 2020
4 Minute Read

How can we equip teachers to support student literacy in the midst of global and regional uncertainties? Fred Kasongo reflects on the ACCELERE!1 project’s training-of-trainers activities designed to strengthen early grade literacy in Eastern DRC, despite COVID-19, Ebola, and armed conflicts.