$175K NSF CRII Grant to Study Blind Parent-Child Co-Reading

I am thrilled to announce that NSF CRII program is supporting my new research program around disabled parents and early childhood literacy development. The official abstract for the project, titled “CRII: CHS: Making Universally Usable Technologies to Enhance Parent-Child Co-Reading and Early Literacy Skills at Home,” is now published on the NSF website. The $175,000, two-year grant will primarily go toward funding the studies of a PhD student and compensating research participants for their time and expertise. Read the full story for more details, and to learn what my talented colleague, Daniel Epstein, has in store under his new NSF CRII grant:)

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