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Increasing literacy in the Philippines and Indonesia by engaging parents; transforming how schools deal with bullying; using video to improve teaching.
A new system for training and evaluating teachers is transforming education in the West African nation of Benin.
New materials are helping teachers in the Democratic Republic of Congo refresh their skills and boost the math and French learning of their students.
Experienced mathematics teachers are trained to provide onsite expertise and help other teachers build their skills and improve their teaching techniques.
EDC’s Joyce Malyn-Smith discusses the role community colleges can have in improving the United States’ competitive edge in the global marketplace by training workers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills.
The Bullying Prevention and Research Institute works with school administrators and teachers to address the growing problem of bullying.
Local organizations that have developed innovative ways to reduce substance abuse in their communities are receiving assistance from EDC to grow and share what they have learned.
A new resource from EDC and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention offers guidance to schools that may be unsure of how to respond after a suicide.
A new video-based professional development resource is helping teachers envision and implement better classroom strategies.
By providing leadership development opportunities, the Urban Special Education Leadership Collaborative is improving outcomes for students with disabilities in the nation’s urban schools.
Bowen Kerins returned from Park City, Utah, where he led a workshop designed to change how teachers think about mathematics.
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