LearnOnOne and the Age of Learning Foundation (aoflfoundation.org), a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing quality education to underserved communities, recently signed a groundbreaking broadcast partnership aimed at expanding educational access in Namibia. The partnership involves broadcasting educational programmes that address unique challenges faced by children in underserved communities.
Programmes premiering on LearnOnOne under the partnership are:
– ABCmouse Classroom
– ABCmouse Math
– ABCmouse and Things
– ABCmouse Reading
– Search & Explore
The Age of Learning’s flagship product ABCmouse offers a research-validated curriculum for preschool, Grades 1 and 2, with more than 10 000 individual learning activities and over 850 lessons with subjects including basic literacy, numeracy and life skills. Premiering on 1 July, the programmes are expected to reach children with limited internet access, and boost LearnOnOne’s existing catalogue of recorded educational material.
LearnOnOne is a Section 21 Company that broadcasts recorded school lessons and other educational material for Namibian learners, providing access to quality, extra classes for learners from lower-income groups.
About the Age of Learning Foundation
The Age of Learning Foundation shares a similar vision of ensuring that every child has access to quality education, regardless of their socio-economic background. A global organisation based in California, U.S.A , the Foundation aims to fundamentally improve education for children in low-and lower-middle income countries.
LearnOnOne airs weekdays on OneAfrica (GOtv channel 24; DStv channel 284).