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Role of radio in southern Sudan’s independence; identifying learning disabilities in English language learners; providing dental care to underserved communities
EDC radio program provides news, information, and educational programs to internally displaced people and refugees from Darfur.
With classrooms covered in ash, resilient Indonesian teachers overcome continual disruptions to calm, educate their students.
Research from EDC helps schools identify English language learners with disabilities.
Supporting afterschool professionals, EDC program provides hands-on activities in areas where classroom teachers do not have the time, resources, or training.
Tapping the appeal of popular cooking shows, EDC’s TV411 What’s Cooking? program teaches undereducated adults about math and science
EDC’s John Clapp discusses how colleges and universities can offer prevention programs, even as many struggle with slashed program budgets.
Leaders strive to put the mental health on the global agenda.
EDC is playing a leading role in a national movement to treat suicide as a preventable public health problem.
For underserved communities across the United States, dental therapists are providing much needed oral health care.
Recently returned from a school that is piloting EDC’s science video game, Martha Davis discusses technology in the classroom
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