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Utilizing social media to promote health, creating reading materials for countries where resources are lean, and using video games to engage students in science.
A large-scale EDC study shows that cyberbullying is associated with psychological distress and poorer school performance.
As baby boomers age out of the workforce, community colleges are poised at the forefront of efforts to prepare new workers with skills in science, technology, engineering, and math.
A new professional development program is changing the way mathematics is taught and learned.
Creating a bridge between researchers, policymakers, and practitioners isn’t always easy. But Jill Weber is working on it.
Undeterred by a lack of resources, students in Somalia and Liberia are energized by locally produced reading materials.
In Mindanao, a region of the Philippines long affected by conflict, workforce training opens new doors for young people who have left school.
Khadar Bashir-Ali returned from Hargeisa, Somaliland, where she is leading an effort to educate children in schools and refugee settlements.
Using Nintendo consoles and tablet devices, EDC projects are tapping middle school students’ natural interest in play to make learning about science more engaging.
In Colombia, teachers use songs, games, and dramas to teach basic English to rural students in grades 1–3.
A new guide trains school leaders to recognize and support young children who are exposed to violence at home.
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