During Banned Books Week, Common Sense stands for empowering kids to choose what to read.
Young people find phones hard to resist, and the industry could do more to help them manage their responsibilities.
Families and educators can now find our industry-leading privacy ratings for apps and platforms all in one place.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, studios need to recognize that Latino representation has gone mainstream.
Common Sense Media's Vice President of Education Programs shares her thoughts on media literacy, mental health, and ChatGPT.
Educators need more support for their own well-being so they can continue to teach and support our students.
Get to know Girard and his insight on advocating for stronger digital privacy for kids and families.
Parents and kids are optimistic about AI, but want guardrails to minimize its harmful impact.
The FTC cannot continue its strong track record of taking on the tech industry and protecting kids, and all consumers, without sufficient funding from Congress.
From "The Little Mermaid" to "The Super Mario Bros. Movie," studios are leaning into '80s and '90s nostalgia, which can be great for families looking to bond over media.