March 2, 2021
Josephine Louie
How can we agree on a common set of facts to forge a common purpose, unified action, and a more just society?
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October 22, 2020
Protecting students from COVID-19 is critical to students' health and well-being, but so is helping them develop and maintain friendships.
Shai Fuxman
October 20, 2020
During the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions on alcohol delivery and Internet sales have loosened dramatically.
Melanie Adler Chelsey Goddard
October 16, 2020
Unlike previous years, when positive gains in poverty alleviation decreased the rates of those living in extreme poverty, this year will have the largest increase since 1990.
Ricardo Perez-Pineda
October 13, 2020
Trauma is a public health crisis in the United States that especially impacts vulnerable populations and increases risk of severe emotional disturbance and mental illness.
Karen Cairone Mary Mackrain
October 8, 2020
As we celebrate International Day of the Girl 2020, I reflect on the potential of adolescent girls to thrive when they are equipped with sufficient skills, services, and support.
Hannah Kuntz
September 30, 2020
Rural suicide prevention strategies will be most effective when they draw upon the culture of rural America.
Shawna Jones Terresa Humphries-Wadsworth
September 24, 2020
Without a strong infrastructure, states have little chance of sustaining the coordinated, multifaceted suicide prevention effort that’s needed to reduce suicide across the country.
Ellyson Stout Julie Ebin
September 15, 2020
EDC has launched elementarymath.edc.org, which provides free access to a collection of EDC’s work in elementary mathematics.
Kate Coleman Kristen Reed
September 10, 2020
Coping with the stress of providing care during this pandemic can have sweeping impacts on the mental and emotional health of health care workers.