We test the impacts of educational products on children's development. Join the waitlist to be invited to future trials.
We offer workshops for schools, parent groups, and workplaces. In each workshop, we provide concrete strategies rooted in research for caregivers to implement at home or in the classroom.
Based on recommendations from the American Association of School Librarians, we compiled a collection of children's books that foster social emotional and academic skills.
Based on educators' ratings from The Children's Technology Review Exchange (CTREX), we compiled a collection of children's apps.
We're inviting researchers, counselors, teachers, mothers, librarians and more to share their experiences and expertise.
Over 500 parents shared their experiences facing the pressures of lock-down and at-home learning. Click to see the results.
How can caregivers support children's social emotional development while isolated?
How can parents prevent burnout by encouraging their children to play independently?
How can parents help their children manage their anxiety through structure (or lack thereof) and play?
What can families learn from research about conflict between siblings and couples?
The foundations for civic engagement are set in early childhood. What can parents and educators do to raise children who are engaged, active members of their communities?
Our latest study is about dependent teacher-child relationships and is based on analyses of data from over 700 children, mothers, and teachers.