A 10-year initiative provides communities in the MetroWest region of Boston, Massachusetts with timely, local data on the health and risk behaviors of middle and high school students through biennial
Can culturally appropriate programs help drive down teen pregnancy rates? EDC is finding out.
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PromotePrevent works closely with hundreds of diverse communities across the country on improving student outcomes through school-community partnerships.
This session clearly illustrates the nature, extent and underlying attitudes/beliefs related to intentional medicine misuse and abuse behavior within the general population.
This Webinar is aimed at providing strategies and tools for building a successful structure for your EBPs and to effectively identify and address barriers.
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Shari Kessel Schneider discusses EDC research on the sending of explicit text messages ("sexting") by teens.
Shari Kessel Schneider discusses EDC research on the sending of explicit text message
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The Voice of Children survey asks 1,500 students in each of three countries—Jordan, Lebanon, and Palestine—about the impact of school as a learning environment on their well-being.
The Universal Education Foundation, a partner with EDC, captured the views of young people in the Middle East about the ways they believe school affects their well-being.
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