Download the ReportDownload PDF in English
This study was led by Global TIES for Children at New York University
NYU-TIES researchers explored outcomes of an 11-week remote early learning program (RELP) for families affected by conflict and crisis, delivered alone and in combination with Ahlan Simsim Families (ASF), a parenting support program.
Key takeaways include RELP and RELP+ASF had significant positive impacts on emergent literacy and numeracy and overall child development as well as on child play. RELP had significant, positive impacts on social-emotional and motor skills. And the size of the impacts found on child development is in the range of those seen in evaluations of in-person preschool from around the world, suggesting that RELP is a viable alternative to support children in places where in-person preschool is not feasible.
Reaching kids and families around the world through the power of media.
An Evaluation of a Phone-Based Parenting Program
A study with Syrian and Jordanian Families with Young Children
Lessons and Impacts of the Ahlan Simsim TV Program
A study in pre-primary classrooms in Jordan on children’s emotional development.
Coming Together: Family Reflections On Racism Study
For this report, Sesame Workshop explored how children experienced or processed the 2020 surge in media coverage of violent acts of racism.
The Joan Ganz Cooney Center
Advancing children’s education in the digital age.
Seed the future: Investments in life-changing learning.
Identity Matters Study
Explore parents’ and educators’ perceptions of children’s social identity development.