COVID-19 has taken a toll on children’s mental health. How can we address these issues as they go back to school?
Expanding access to STEM learning for individuals who are or have been incarcerated can open up opportunities for them. Stan Andrisse and EDC’s Eden Badertscher explain.
July is National Minority Mental Health Month. Three EDC health experts offer ideas for making mental health practices welcoming to all clients.
In a conflict-affected region, girls and women find learning and the path to a better future.
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.