In this new podcast, Sarah Ivan discusses how prescription drug monitoring programs can both limit opioid misuse and provide public health officials with essential information.
EDC’s workforce development efforts in Rwanda are helping young people build the skills for work.
Whether she’s teaching English or health, Naomi Mnthali believes in listening and learning.
Mathematics intervention classes are becoming increasingly popular in the middle grades. A new study shows just how prevalent they are.
For communities in the Philippines affected by months of conflict, book drives are one tangible step to recovery.
Doing science can be as easy as taking a look around. Here are some quick investigations to try.
New research finds that parents say more supports would help them do more science activities with their young children.
Violent extremism is threatening communities around the world. How can we help young people reject these messages of hate?
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.