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Based on successful experiences connected to other third sector education organizations, we want to drive this agenda, support and foster public policies focused on collaborative literacy.
This is why we, together with the Lemann Foundation and Associação Bem Comum, launched the Partnership for Collaborative Literacy (PARC).
The objective is to enable a leap in the number of literate students at the right age by supporting state Education Departments in an initiative that covers students in the final year of Pre-school and the first two years of Elementary School.
In this partnership we offer technical support and support to the state education departments, so that the states, in collaboration with their municipalities, can develop public policies focused on the literacy of children.
We believe that collaboration between states and municipalities can accelerate learning results with a focus on literacy and increase the capacity of managers to overcome regional challenges.
The initiative is inspired by the Literacy at the Right Age Program (PAIC) launched in 2007 in Ceará, an experience recognized nationally and internationally for raising the Basic Education Development Index (IDEB) of the early years from 3.5 to 6.1. You can know more about this successful experience by clicking here.
We also respect the 7 factors of success with a focus on student development:
The partnerships occur directly with the state government and the education department. States that are interested in participating in PARC should contact us or partner organizations. We can also contact governments directly to invite them to participate in the program.
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