The overarching goal of the Bridging the Word Gap Research Network is to reduce the number of children who enter school with delays in language and early literacy. Learn about the background and goals of our work in this YouTube video and find links to the National Research Agenda and other Network products and objective descriptions by clicking above.
The Bridging the Word Gap Research Network is made up of more than 100 nationally recognized researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and funders working together to develop and push forward a coordinated national research agenda that address the word gap.
BWG Project Coordinator
Juniper Gardens Children’s Project
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Kansas City, KS 66210
Twelve community-researcher partnerships across the nation are taking part in our Practice-based Research Collaborative. Each partnership is working at the program or community level to develop and test innovative research projects related to interventions or strategies designed to help close the word gap. Click the link above to learn more about these innovative projects and check out posters describing ongoing researchRead more
Check out our interactive map for links to word gap initiatives across the U.S.Read more