Learning How to Learn

Fermy, the principal and first- and second-grade teacher at El Rosario primary school recalls: “When CoEd came to ask if we would like to enter the Culture of Reading Program (CORP), I said: ‘Yes, I want to do it. I want to learn. I want to develop myself so that I...

2017 Sneak Peek

Are you excited for 2017 with Guatemalan students yet!? 2015 was #Awesomeyear, 2016 was even better, and 2017 is gonna be the best yet. Take a peek at what lies in store for you, CoEd supporters: ONE Inaugurating our new Education Center, which will consolidate our...

All Noe Wants Is a Hug

Dear CoEd supporters, Here at CoEd we never stop giving thanks for you, and we hope you have much to be thankful for as well. As the gift-giving season kicks off, we wanted to share with you a special story of a third-grade student named Noe. Earlier this year as part...

That Face You Make…

In honor of International Literacy Day, we thought it was high time that we let some of our sprightly young Culture of Reading Program (CORP) students teach you a few things about proper reading technique. Namely, exactly what facial expressions one should make while...

Re-Learning How to Read

Do you remember learning how to read? Depending on your age, you may have had fun with Dick and Jane or molded your mouth around consonant blends with Hooked on Phonics. But in Guatemala, neither storybooks nor syllables are standard fare. Instead, educators teach...

Florencio Fernando Teleguario: Dreamer to Be

We often tell stories of students with big dreams and students who have made their dreams reality, thanks to your support and CoEd’s innovative programs. The truth is, many of these students started off without a dream—many of them thought a life of toil and poverty...