Leveraging the Power of Partnership in The Gambia
In The Gambia, the Luminos Fund is working hand in hand with the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (MoBSE) to tackle one of the most pressing education issues today — how to ensure all children have equal access to joyful, foundational learning. Together, we...
Is Foundational Learning Getting Too Much Attention?
In recent years, there has been a surge in policy discussions centered around the importance of foundational skills in particular literacy and numeracy. With this collective effort, there is a great opportunity to make a real and lasting impact on the future of education. Yet, the real work has only just begun.
Luminos Welcomes New Members to Board of Directors and Advisory Board
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 17, 2023 Boston, Massachusetts – The Luminos Fund, an international nonprofit bringing education opportunities to the world's most vulnerable children, is delighted to welcome two new board members who will help shape and scale the...
Reading Wars Won’t Fix the Learning Crisis
In a new podcast series from American Public Media Reports, Sold a Story: How Teaching Kids to Read Went So Wrong, journalist Emily Hanford highlights one of the longest-running education debates in the U.S. – how do we teach children how to read? While this might seem relevant only to education experts in the U.S., there are similarly fierce battles in the global education space, and we can all draw important lessons for education policies and practices.
Luminos Liberia Students Make Substantial Literacy Gains in 2021-22
Read the full report summary ↑In 2016, the Luminos Fund launched its accelerated, catch-up learning program in Liberia to help address the country’s urgent education needs – including one of the world’s highest recorded rates of out-of-school children. To date,...
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