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Connecting with tribal elders and Native beliefs and traditions is helping court-involved tribal youth find new directions.
In the Gulf Coast, schools are receiving resources to meet the mental health needs of students affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
High school programs offer students real world experiences in fields such as law enforcement or video production, helping them explore possible careers.
A promising writing program is helping students develop and strengthen their writing skills. EDC researchers are tracking the results.
EDC’s Bill Potter describes a new program in Mali that helps out-of-school youth learn entrepreneurial skills.
Around the world, teachers go to great lengths to deliver education, overcoming such obstacles as ongoing civil conflicts and severe poverty.
Website offers successful resources and tools used to train youth in developing countries for the workforce.
Urban youth in Rwanda receive job skills training and develop opportunities to earn a living.
In India, a pair of programs are providing opportunities for minorities and other disadvantaged youth to receive education and job skills.
New center will help Head Start teachers support diverse learners, including those who speak languages other than English.
After years of leading EDC work in Malawi and Zambia, Simon Richmond recently returned to the United States. He specializes in using educational technologies such as radios and iPods to enhance learning in remote communities.
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