Coronavirus has disrupted education studies across the country. It has also brought the issue of access to technology to the fore.
During COVID-19, radio-based education is rising in popularity. How can it fill some of the gaps in learning being experienced all over the world?
Can effective science learning for elementary schoolers take place at home during the COVID-19 pandemic? Two educators say yes.
This set of EDC resources and ideas address topics including equity, justice, and civic engagement.
With training from EDC’s Zero Suicide Institute, leaders and health care providers in Oklahoma bolster efforts to screen patients at risk and save lives.
During the current pandemic, interactive audio instruction may be the most effective way to educate the world’s children.
Despite universities shutdown countrywide, university educators stay informed about job readiness programs through online seminars.
How can individuals and communities respond during times of increased stress? Two EDC experts offer hope and advice.
Despite a pandemic, a young farmer finds a way to keep his business going.
“Providing suicide care during this time of COVID-19 is possible,” says EDC’s Julie Goldstein Grumet.