iPads in the classroom
A close look at tablets in schools — what works and what doesn’t.
5 ways to support kids who are starting middle and high school remotely
Logging into Zoom from home is probably not the way your child imagined this big milestone. Here's how you can help ease their disappointment and smooth the transition.
Your child's life in the time of coronavirus
What is life in the time of coronavirus like for your child? Here's year-by-year insight into how to support your child emotionally during this strange time.
Your 5th grader's life in the time of coronavirus
What do school closures and quarantine mean for your 5th grader? A big let down after finally making it to the top in elementary school.
Your 12th grader's life in the time of coronavirus
School closure means no closure for millions of 12th graders looking forward to end-of-year activities and high school graduation.
Your 11th grader’s life in the time of coronavirus
What do school closures and quarantine mean for your 11th grader? A difficult interruption during high school’s most difficult year.
Your 9th or 10th grader's life in the time of coronavirus
What do school closures mean for your 9th or 10th grader? Don’t underestimate the impact of all the little things they're missing.
Your 6th or 7th grader's life in the time of coronavirus
What do school closures and quarantine mean for your 6th or 7th grader? Changes, inside and out, that are a lot for a middle schooler to handle.
Your 8th grader's life in the time of coronavirus
What do school closures and quarantine mean for your 8th grader? A sense of loss and a need for empathy, support, and some parental social distancing.
Should you read your child’s texts?
What about their comments and messages on social media? Better put, just how much digital privacy should your child have? We asked experts, parents and kids and here’s what they said about respecting kids’ privacy while keeping them safe.
How to help kids stay connected when school is closed
Remote playdates, group chats, and screen shares. Here are a few ways kids can practice distant socializing instead of social distancing.
My child looks at media online that I consider inappropriate
All kids encounter inappropriate content online. Here's how to talk to your middle school child about it.
Is your 5th grader more interested in watching movies than reading books?
Try this simple tactic for getting your digital native hooked on books. Psst: it’ll also help build your child’s confidence for class discussions.
Teens have less face time with their friends — and are lonelier than ever
According to a new study, teen loneliness rates have surged since 2010, the year the smartphone came into widespread use.
Can your child tell fact from fake online?
Most kids can't, despite being raised on technology. Here's how to help your child learn what to trust online.
Like a Sponge podcast: Their own devices
Kids and screens are inseparable. What’s it really doing to their brains?