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Zambia Read to Succeed (RTS)

This USAID-funded project works in 1,300 public schools in six provinces to improve student performance by focusing on reading and math in the early grades. The project, implemented in partnership with the Zambian Ministry of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education, builds teachers’ skills through training and special literacy tools. It improves school management and creates incentives and accountability structures that ensure the delivery of quality education. Finally, it integrates these education initiatives with community, parental and government engagement to ensure support and sustainability.

Implementation Timeframe
March 9, 2012 - March 9, 2017
Primary Implementing Organization: 
Creative Associates International
Sub Implementer: 
Research Triangle Institute (RTI) International
School-To-School International (STS)
University of Pittsburg
Plan International
O’Brien Associates
Country: 
Funding Organization: 
USAID
Strategies: 
Reading Curriculum Development
Teaching and Learning Materials Development/Provision
Policy Dialogue
Community Mobilization
Teacher Coaching
Textbook Development
Mother Tongue Education
Multilingual Education
School Management
Reading Assessment
Parent Teacher Association/Community Training
Reading Advocacy
Libraries
Total Number Pre-Service Teachers Targeted for Capacity Building: 
9,505
Total Number of Students Targeted: 
474,798