Research Collaborations

Recognizing that we cannot eradicate early cognitive disparities on our own, we are driven to build coalitions, share knowledge, and achieve victories across institutions. By collaborating with other research institutions around the country and the world, we benefit from partners’ unique expertise and insights, while sharing our own. We gain greater access to settings and populations different from those in our immediate surroundings. And we are able to share data and identify trends, allowing both us and our partners to generate more impactful analyses.

You can learn about some of our existing research collaborations below. We are always open to exploring additional opportunities with other organizations. Please contact if you would like to propose a collaboration.

Connecticut Office of Early Childhood

The TMW Center has partnered with the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood to examine what factors drive quality in early childhood education settings—and to create a blueprint for measuring and optimizing them.

Learn more

Boston Children’s Hospital

An exciting partnership with the Labs of Cognitive Neuroscience at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) will utilize the TMW Center’s SPEAK survey tool and generate important insights.

Learn more

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

An exciting partnership with Dr. Danielle Erkoboni at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is assessing the feasibility of using TMW Center’s SPEAK survey tool in routine pediatric care.

Learn more

Joint Initiative for Latin American Experimental Economics

A collaboration between researchers at the TMW Center and the Universidad del CEMA (UCEMA) designed to produce rigorous research and reduce inequality in Latin America.

Learn more

BRAC (Bangladesh)

In collaboration with BRAC and an international team of researchers, the TMW Center’s John List studied early childhood interventions in 223 rural villages across Bangladesh.

Learn more