Working from the Aga Khan Academy in Mombasa, since 2012 the LTK+ team has been studying the impact of using ABRACADABRA, READS and ELM on the development of literacy and numeracy skills in Kenyan primary classrooms. Student achievement gains have been substantial. Pilot projects using ePEARL and IS-21 in secondary classrooms have also unfolded. Expansion plans include use of the LTK+ in Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania, as well as in Francophone countries such as Senegal.
P. C.Abrami (Lead), A. Arshad-Ayaz, M. Brodeur, W. Cardoso, N. Chapleau, A. Cheung, H. Dedic, A. Gottardo, J. Inyega, S. Kwo, L. Laplante, B. Mak, A. Naseem, S. Rosenfield, L. Siegel, V. Venkatesh, D. Waddington and E. Wood.
IDRC and SSHRC
Academic: Concordia University, Chinese University of Hong Kong,Shanzu Teacher Training College, University of British Columbia, University of Nairobi, University of Quebec at Montreal, and Wilfred Laurier University.
NGOs and Development Agencies: Aga Khan Academies, Aga Khan Foundation Canada, Aga Khan Foundation East Africa, Camara, FAB Resource Centre, I Choose Life, Kenyan Ministry of Education and its agencies (ICT4E, KICD), SAIDE, World Vision Canada, and World Vision Kenya.