To improve primary school students’ performance in reading and math, Georgian and ethnic minority schools must develop stronger instructional materials and transform approaches to teaching.
Final Report: Georgia Primary Education Project.
Project Report | March 25, 2018
The Georgia Primary Education Project helped Georgian children improve their reading and math skills, in addition to financial literacy, through innovative learning tools.
Implemented by Chemonics International, with local subcontractor Junior Achievement Georgia (JAG), the $12,565,635, six-and-a-half year Georgia Primary Education (G-PriEd) Project provided comprehensive assistance to the Georgian primary education system to improve reading and math competencies of Georgian and ethnic minority students in grades 1-6 and to introduce financial literacy through exposure to business skills.