EDC’s Shelley Pasnik is interviewed about how technology has exposed children to “media-delivered ideas“ at a younger age.
According to CDC data, suicide rates declined during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. EDC’s Colleen Carr of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention discusses why.
EDC’s Meg Caven co-authors an op-ed discussing the impact of a new teacher mentoring program on retention.
In honor of International Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Day, EDC’s Katari Coleman writes about advances in SEL accessibility brought on by the pandemic.
In his column on the state of education, George Packer talks with EDC’s Bill Tally about the role of technology in students’ lives.
William Potter is interviewed about how EDC’s Work Ready Now program, delivered via the Higher Education Capacity Development (HECD) program, prepares youth for careers by building their soft skills.
EDC’s Ellyson Stout weighs in on schools’ vital role in addressing student and teacher trauma and offers advice on how to address suicides.
EDC’s Jim Vetter is quoted in an article that spotlights the role that terminology is playing in the pushback against social and emotional learning (SEL).
EDC’s Richard Fournier discusses a new partnership with North Central Health Services to improve mental health and prevent suicide in Indiana schools.
In a letter to the editor, Clare Waterman shared findings on her EDC research on Vermont’s universal pre-kindergarten in response to the recent article “The Solution to Poverty? Invest in Kids.”