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When COVID-19 shut down onsite programs, Young Mathematicians provided books, games, and other materials to help teachers remotely engage families in learning math together.
Lisa Oliveri played a key role in EDC’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Interactive audio instruction keeps learning alive for students whose education has been affected by the pandemic.
When COVID-19 forced colleges to shut down, the READ II literacy program found a simple tech solution to keep teachers learning together.
State workers learn the technical assistance skills needed to engage schools and communities in prevention.
48,000 people die by suicide each year. “We don’t have to accept that as inevitable,” says Jerry Reed.
For rural schools, the pandemic has brought some significant challenges—as well as some unexpected opportunities.
The struggle against HIV/AIDS is far from over. Here are three ways to make sure youth can access life-saving services.
Preventing violence against women “is everyone’s responsibility,” says Sumaya Zuniga. English | Español