Common Sense is here for you through the coronavirus pandemic—and whatever comes next.
Amid coronavirus anxiety, school closures, work-from-home directives, and more, we are all navigating a new normal. Although we never anticipated a time like this, helping our communities choose media and tech that can keep kids engaged, entertained, and learning is core to our mission. And, since we know that not all students have access to tech at home, our advocacy team is working with policymakers and industry leaders to connect all students, wherever they're learning.
Like you, we don't know what the next day, week, or month may bring, but your partnership powers everything we do. There is no doubt: We're in this together.
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