Partner with us to end Learning Poverty in schools across your country.

The Age of Learning Foundation is actively forging collaborative programs with education ministries in low- and lower-middle-income countries to bring mastery learning to children in government schools. 

Partnering with Governments

The Age of Learning Foundation partners with governments, as led by ministries of education, to help end learning poverty in low- and lower-middle-income countries.

We serve as a innovation partner that helps governments test, evidence, and scale mastery learning programs designed to help children master what they learn. 

Our programs blend learning science and learning technology to create learning environments around children that are supported by mastery solutions, skillful teachers, engaged families, and excellent schools. 

Our charitable mandate enables us to provide or mastery solutions, professional development, and capacity building support all at no cost to our partners. 

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Our Mastery Learning Solutions

When you partner with the Age of Learning Foundation, the students in your education system get to learn with mastery learning solutions at no cost.

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My Math Academy® is a personalized math solution, powered by learning science and adaptive technology, that helps learners in pre-kindergarten through 2nd grade master fundamental math concepts and skills. 

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My Reading Academy™ is a game-based adaptive learning system featuring games, reading, and videos designed to help pre-kindergarteners to second graders build mastery of fundamental literacy skills.

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How We Partner

Our Approach

The Age of Learning Foundation invites education ministries to partner with us to bring mastery learning to the children you serve throughout your countries. 


We frame the scope of partnership by seeking to understand your education system, policies, sector plans, and the opportunities to improve government schools.


We identify success stories, innovative practices, and student achievement milestones to appreciate the best of what already exists in the education system. 


We bring together stakeholders to co-create a shared vision that presents the best of what could be through the adoption of mastery learning.


We co-construct implementation frameworks and other resources to support the best of what should be in the delivery of mastery learning in government schools.


We pilot the program in a subset of schools to test and evidence the best of what will be in the future implementation of mastery learning across the education system.


We build on successes in the pilot phase to help the education ministry scale the best of what works in mastery learning program delivery, given local contexts.


We periodically engage stakeholders in reflective sessions to celebrate achievements, share the best of good practice, and identify areas for continuous improvement. 

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Bring Mastery Learning to your education system

Partner to pilot, test, and scale mastery learning as a response to learning loss and learning poverty in the schools and communities you serve.

Bring Mastery Learning
to your country

Education ministries play a pivotal role in shaping the future of their nations. Together, we can tackle learning poverty and equip children to unlock their full potential.

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70 percent of children worldwide are facing learning poverty. They are reaching the age of 10 without being able to read simple sentences, complete basic math, establish strong learner identities, or build social relationships. 

We can help children master what they learn.

The zone of proximal development

You have heard of athletes getting into the “zone.” Learning is just like that. There is a zone where children can experience “learning flow”. Lev Vygotsky, the Russian child psychologist, called it the Zone of Proximal Development. It is that remarkable space where learning is neither too difficult nor too easy. It is just right to help children build a true love of learning and acquire the tools and skills they need to master what they learn.

One-to-one mastery learning for all

Benjamin Bloom, the American education psychologist, discovered that children who receive one-to-one mastery learning perform much better than peers in conventional classrooms. Bloom therefore challenged the world to identify methods of group instruction that could be as effective as one-to-one tutoring. The Age of Learning Foundation is answering Bloom’s call through the work we do in partner countries.