In the Middle East, EDC is building teacher capacity and professionalism, an important step toward ensuring that students have access to high-quality educators and teaching methods. We have also helped draft technology implementation plans for ministries of education and led projects to rebuild schools in disrepair.
Our workforce development programs in the region have enabled women and out-of-school youth to learn the skills needed for economic prosperity. Through support for vocational training centers, career counseling, and implementation of our Work Right Now! curricula, EDC is giving more people a viable path to employment.
This guide provides a conceptual framework, instruments, and tools for designing and implementing youth assessments in developing countries.
This report examines four approaches to technical and vocational education and training (TVET) employed by USAID between 2007 and 2012.
This study reviews student assessment data collected from 15 EDC projects to determine the impact of interactive radio instruction (IRI) on student achievement in hard-to-reach areas.
This study provides policy makers and program planners interested in youth service programs in developing countries with a history of the evolution of youth service in different regions.
This document highlights lessons learned in implementing the youth mapping development model internationally.
As part of EDC’s Work Ready Now (WRN) program, WRN Biz builds youths’ core skills in business planning, business start-up, and ongoing business management.
Ruwwad is a Palestinian Youth Empowerment Project, implemented by EDC and funded by USAID.
EDC’s Work Ready Now (WRN) delivers effective work readiness preparation to youth around the world. Based on international standards, WRN helps young people in emerging economies develop the soft skills and work readiness skills needed to succeed in earning a living.
This resource focuses on building high-quality teaching and learning within a distance-based system.
This monograph examines educational technology initiatives in Lebanon, Jordan, the United Kingdom, and the United States over the past decade and draws lessons that can help nations moving forward with their own national educational technology initiatives.