Accelerated Learning Program (ALP)
Strengthening classrooms and teachers by providing needed resources, training, and skills.
Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) strives to meet the needs of access to education while ensuring high quality learning with a focus on reading, numeracy, and digital literacy. Needs and merit-based scholarships address education access. ALP accelerates learning in the classrooms through hands-on training, leveraging digital tools and localized learning resources enabling high-quality outcomes.
ALP is TACKLING LEARNING POVERTY
Did you know?
of teachers have the minimum required qualifications in rural Africa (UNESCO)
youth in rural areas lack access to and knowledge of digital tools
of the Sub-Saharan population are connected to the internet
WHAT MAKES THE PROGRAM UNIQUE?
Using technology in the Accelerated Learning Program is an integral part of linking teachers to their students. In this digital age the importance of understanding technology will become key to the success of students.
Learning How to Use a Computer
Since 2012 we have been bringing digital resources and materials into the classroom to support teachers’ curriculum development and after-school clubs.
Digital resources and tools are a low-cost and high yield solution, where students and teachers develop the necessary skills to succeed in the 21st century.
Participant in a Training Session
We provide teachers training that develops highly engaging learning environments for students to thrive.
Training encorporates the use of local resources, low-cost solutions, and hands-on skill development. Teachers are provided with the neccesary tools to create curriculum designed for todays digital age.
One on One Student Session
Our program revolves around using local tools and solutions to provide students with the skills they need to succeed in the communities they live and beyond.
It is not just about math and traditional education, we also focus on building a students’ confidence, leadership and communication skills, as well as, digital literacy training.
of Bridge the Gap participants transitioned to secondary school
of school-based club sessions were delivered through our digital platform
of our 150 schools are supported with digital systems, teachers training, and digital curriculum
“The most important lessons I have learned from my students is that, by using digital tools they are more interested in learning. There are pictures and maps which help learners to understand better.” – Faith, Kenya