EDC's Jerry Reed offers advice on what can be done to lower the suicide rate for U.S. military veterans.
Early childhood programs are getting better—but there’s still significant room for improvement.
Opioid misuse may play a bigger role in suicide than previously thought. What can we do?
As school districts work to comply with new special education funding requirements, EDC’s Lauren Katzman discusses the benefit of that change to students.
To help children from urban centers experience nature, EDC, PBS Kids, and WGBH Boston teamed up to create Plum Landing, a toolkit that includes hands-on activities and videos for six- to nine-year-olds.
EDC’s Adam Swanson draws upon his own life experiences to improve suicide prevention and mental health care.
Educators have an important role to play in teaching young people to be media literate in today’s world.
Youth share their thoughts about the importance of peace—in their communities and around the world.
Employers in sub-Saharan Africa say they can teach job skills, but what they need are employees with soft skills. What are these skills, and how can young people get them?
EDC’s Kimberly O’Brien is interviewed about her editorial in JAMA, which is based on her research showing increased Google searches on suicide resulting from the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why.