Employers in sub-Saharan Africa say they can teach job skills, but what they need are employees with soft skills. What are these skills, and how can young people get them?
Can early education garner support from both sides of the aisle? David Jacobson sees reason for optimism at the state and local levels.
A new study shows what is needed to support literacy instruction in low-resource environments.
Argumentation, reasoning, and proof can advance math learning, even at a young age.
EDC President David Offensend weighs in on the importance of supporting global development initiatives.
Programming teaches logic and persistence. But it’s fun, too, says Paul Goldenberg.
Education, economic programs are key to rebuilding communities torn apart by sexual and gender-based violence.
EDC’s Rebecca Stoeckle talks about how technology is empowering patients to take charge of their own care.