Georgia's Fight To End the Childhood Word Gap

One state’s bold early move to close the childhood word gap, and what happens if it succeeds.

One-year-old Airon Pate, on right, and his brother Aiden, 4, play in the waiting room of a federally subsidized clinic for low-income women and children in Macon, Georgia.
Emily DeRuy

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