Low-Income Kids Face a Massive Word Gap. Here's One Way to Fix It.

A Rhode Island program is trying to boost the vocabulary of low-income kids by recording and evaluating the words they say. Is this a novel approach, or seriously invasive?

A mother reads a story to her children at Union Station in Washington, D.C.
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