We are racing toward an era where computers and humans collaborate to solve problems. Are we ready?
Improving early learning and care can help families and communities, says EDC’s David Jacobson.
These concrete steps can help communities improve the way they respond to the public health challenges they face.
Delivering health care that better meets the needs of women veterans must become a national priority.
A work-readiness program that reaches 21,000 Rwandan students each year is helping youth across the country chart a new course for the future.
EDC educators offer ideas for improving education for English learners.
“There’s no manual for what works for each particular student,” says EDC’s Babette Moeller.
Combining social justice and racial equity adds to up to improved achievement in mathematics.
Early childhood programs are getting better—but there’s still significant room for improvement.
EDC’s Adam Swanson draws upon his own life experiences to improve suicide prevention and mental health care.