To better prepare students, science learning should start in elementary school.
EDC is working with both communities and casinos to develop programs to address the issue.
Despite challenging and often dangerous contexts, a new effort seeks to improve education for students across the country.
“For too long, students have been given too little time for science,” says Abigail Jurist Levy. “We can’t afford that any longer.”
President David Offensend shares his thoughts about EDC’s impact around the world since 1958.
For those working to prevent opioid misuse in their communities, four strategies that work.
How can colleges support students’ mental health? EDC’s Bonnie Lipton discusses.
Improving access to STEM careers isn’t just a matter of social justice—it also drives innovation, says EDC’s Sarita Pillai.
Low rates of literacy in Honduras imperil the country’s future. A new project aims to change that.
In Massachusetts, many communities are implementing post-overdose programs. EDC’s Gary Langis explains why that’s a good idea.