October 12, 2021
Deborah Rosenfeld
A simple app is helping young children build “data stories,” says Deborah Rosenfeld.
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October 7, 2021
The values, norms, and experiences of Latinx and Hispanic communities should be included in research, says Alexia Raynal.
Alexia Raynal
October 1, 2021
The global community must invest in the basic needs of young people, write Darya Bernett Rekdal and Amy West.
Darya Bernett Rekdal and Amy West
September 21, 2021
High-dosage tutoring is providing tutoring to groups of 3–4 students in three or more weekly sessions.
Diana Wogan
September 14, 2021
In this post, we share how three rural communities have created effective suicide prevention.
Shawna Jones Terresa Humphries-Wadsworth Linda Langford
September 8, 2021
Our app is proving to be a powerful tool to foster literacy and narrow the digital divide—a key focus of International Literacy Day 2021.
Nevin Katz
September 7, 2021
While our journey is far from over, we are now talking about the preventability of suicide and not the inevitability of suicide.
August 24, 2021
Toolkit to Build Parent Leadership in Continuous Improvement is a free, online resource that outlines parent leadership along a five-stage continuum and provides strategies for building capacity in your own home visiting organization.
Olivia Draper Jamie Jobe
August 17, 2021
In the new guide K–8 STEM Career Competencies , published by EDC’s STEM Learning and Research Center (STELAR), my co-authors and I share easy and effective ways to help students explore and acquire the skills they will need to thrive in 21st-century workplaces.
Joyce Malyn-Smith
August 4, 2021
By expanding our study, we now have a clearer understanding of how differently women and men participating in EDC projects experienced the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jasmina Josic Mary Sugrue