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  • Steinhardt Study Finds Child’s Home Learning Environment Predicts 5th Grade Academic Skills
    Children whose parents provide them with learning materials like books and toys and engage them in learning activities and meaningful conversations in infancy and toddlerhood are likely to develop early cognitive skills that can cascade into later academic success, finds a new NYU Steinhardt study. The study, published online in the journal Applied Developmental Science, […] (Read Story)
  • Speech Therapy? There’s an App for That
    Have you heard a child say “wabbit” instead of “rabbit”? Mispronouncing the “r” sound is among the most common speech errors, and is the most challenging to correct in speech therapy. For other sounds – such as “t” or “p” – speech pathologists can give clear verbal, visual, or tactile cues to help children understand […] (Read Story)
  • Steinhardt Summer Snapshot: Our Students Are Making an Impact at Home and Abroad
    Some students spend their summers swimming, sailing, and sunbathing. What did Steinhardt students do on summer vacation?  They mentored refugee children, protected New York City’s community reefs, brought music therapy to a hospital, and led a wheelchair-tour of Israel.  From New York to Cuba, our students were passionately engaging with the world. Meet 10 students […] (Read Story)