June 30, 2020
Sarah Hernandez Kimberly Dash
Community resilience broadens our scope beyond individual strength or a collection of survival stories amidst adversity by focusing on collective and structural ways to respond to trauma, so whole communities can not only bounce back but heal and thrive.
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June 4, 2020
As families globally confront the stressors associated with the COVID-19 pandemic—including job loss, food insecurity, and...
Nalini Chugani
May 27, 2020
At EDC, we are preparing to support districts across Massachusetts in their reopening plans through the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Mental Health Academy.
Shai Fuxman
May 18, 2020
When students experience traumatic events—violence, grief, abuse—their ability to cope with emotions and to learn is severely...
Shai Fuxman Gisela Rots
May 5, 2020
Every May when National Teacher Day rolls around during U.S. Teacher Appreciation Week , we help our kids make cards for their...
Kimberly Elliott
April 29, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the many communities whose daily experience of inequity, vulnerability, and marginalization has been intensified by the pandemic. 
EDC’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee 
April 22, 2020
As we celebrate International Book and Copyright Day on April 23, we reflect on the fact that many families lack the appropriate materials for their children to continue learning at home.
Simon James
April 21, 2020
In an age when the pace of technological innovation continues to accelerate, it is increasingly difficult to identify what skills will be relevant 5 years from now—let alone 50.
Burton Granofsky
April 14, 2020
With schools closed for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19, parents have the starring role in their children’s formal education—supporting their learning, managing their “classroom” behaviors, and keeping them physically active.
Shai Fuxman
April 8, 2020
Colleges and universities across the country have shifted from in-person to virtual classrooms due to COVID-19, and this post...
Zoe Baptista