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Pia Rebello Britto, Associate Research Scientist, Yale Child Study Center

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Episode: March 23, 2011

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Professor Britto is known nationally for her work on young children's literacy, and social and identity development of Muslim Arab children, as well as internationally for her scientific commitment to cross-cultural issues, evidence-based national policy development, and early learning standards for young children. Her primary expertise is in the role of sociocultural factors in child development, and early childhood policies and programs in the developing world. We talk with her about early childhood development and policy in a global context.

Learn more about Pia Rebello Britto.