Talking to Toddlers Can Close ‘Achievement Gap’

American Association for the Advancement of Science

October 11, 2016

 

Programs and policies that encourage language development among very young children can boost the learning skills of low-income children, who have been found to lag behind children from high-income families who have had early exposure to more words, according to the speakers at a 28 September event at AAAS’ headquarters.
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