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Sudan Radio Service, which delivers objective news, education programs, and music throughout southern Sudan, is building a new radio station in the city of Juba.
Facing a shortage in skilled labor, the Turkish Cypriot community turns to EDC to help improve vocation and technical education.
Equipping mathematics teachers with skills and strategies helps them overcome language barriers to reaching their English-learning students.
An EDC professional development program helps teachers create interdisciplinary lessons that also build their students’ literacy skills.
As students face their options after high school, they have many questions. A new online course helps school counselors answer these questions and create a college-going culture.
Community college students must build their IT skills to be competitive in the workforce, and EDC has developed resources to help ensure that they are proficient when they graduate.
EDC’s Ron Slaby is an international leader in youth violence prevention who believes “Bullying can be prevented.”
Across the United States, there is a growing interest in a new approach that sheds light on preventing child abuse and maltreatment.
Through daily text messages about current market prices, technology is transforming the way a group of Indian farmers does business.
EDC will co-host an international conference on mental health this year, the sixth gathering of this “one of a kind” forum.
Shelley Pasnik is a leader in studying how students, educators, and schools make the most effective use of technology. Based in EDC’s New York office, she recently returned from a trip to India.
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