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Take back family time and set an example for your kids by creating tech-free zones in the most important areas of your life.
Technology offers plenty of benefits and opportunities for families, but nothing replaces face-to-face time with the ones we love.
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You can track them, friend them, and talk to them, but you still may not know what your teens are up to in their digital lives.
In a world where even little kids learn about horrific subjects, it's important for parents to put things in perspective.
In a world where information literacy is critical, Common Sense's research explores kids' relationship to the news
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