Drowning is the leading cause of death for U.S. children 1 to 4 years old. How can parents and caregivers avoid tragedy?
EDC’s Kristen Reed talks about the importance of playing math games with young children.
When schools roll back inclusive practices in the name of school safety, it harms students with disabilities, says EDC’s Lauren Katzman.
Suicide prevention efforts are increasingly taking advantage of advances in technology.
Program evaluators sometimes have to “speak truth to power.” EDC’s Leslie Goodyear, the new president of AEA, explains.
How can we better help teachers prepare for the classroom? EDC’s Karen Shakman offers some insights.
These are basic skills that set kids up for success later in life. EDC’s Karen Cairone explains.
Bringing back services devastated by Hurricanes Maria and Irma is critical for thousands of children and families across the Caribbean.
“We have to promote hope and recovery if we want to reduce suicides,” says Elly Stout, director of EDC’s Suicide Prevention Resource Center.
They are time-honored traditions, but are they effective? We put them under the microscope to find out.