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Return to Learning: Restoring learning and wellbeing for forcibly displaced children

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Save the Children International

The Return to Learning (RtL) program is an education program designed for use in the first phase of humanitarian response, or in protracted crises to improve school readiness before out-of-school children transition into non-formal education programs or formal school. RtL supports children (ages 4-15) in regaining access to education that addresses the needs of the whole child. Aligned with Save the Children’s Quality Learning framework, RtL uses a play-based approach to develop basic literacy, numeracy, and social-emotional skills, contributing to children’s learning and wellbeing.

The Return to Learning Global Materials consist of:
1. A brief with an overview of the RtL Program.
2. Child-level materials: three activity packs with RtL activities for children ages 4-6, 7-11, and 12-15.

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