December 9, 2022
Cynthia Koons
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How Ugandan teachers are working to keep girls in school
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April 28, 2021
By welcoming and responding to students’ calls for change, schools can simultaneously affirm students’ leadership and transform their own structural and cultural inequities.
Meghan Caven
April 22, 2021
Today, start-up is still a controlled whirlwind of activity, as all team members are tapped to move a project from an idea on paper to a functioning and equipped office of contracted staff implementing award activities. But with travel and in-person meetings limited or prohibited for safety, we have a new normal.
Jennifer Kennedy
April 13, 2021
EDC uses continuous improvement (CI) to help clients test, sustain, and scale solutions to complex challenges, ranging from equity in home visiting programs to discipline referrals in schools.
Patricia Finnerty Anne Wang
April 8, 2021
It is up to those of us who possess privilege to advocate for increased vaccine equity.
April 7, 2021
After this past year, I’m much more conscious of the ways in which crisis takes its toll on well-being, and who it affects most.
Alisha Keirstead
March 31, 2021
My colleagues and I created the Afro-Diaspora employee resource group (ERG) that serves as a collective space for Black and African heritage staff at EDC.
Rebecca Jeudin
March 24, 2021
Many families read aloud to help their children develop literacy skills. Yet far fewer families realize that they can play an...
Louisa Anastasopoulos
March 16, 2021
As schools now begin to plan for students’ return to full-time in-person learning, it is imperative that social and emotional learning (SEL) programs and mental health supports remain a focus of schools’ plans alongside academic recovery.
Lauren Gilman Shai Fuxman
March 10, 2021
In this post, we talk about using culturally relevant technology tools —those that are already part of families’ lives—to meet them where they are.