Making Kids Our Nation's Top Priority

Meet Our VP of Education Outreach and Engagement, Merve Lapus

February 14, 2024

Merve shares how our education resources impact teachers around the world, how to build a culture of responsibility around digital well-being, and his love of Thundercats.

Both Democrats and Republicans Want More Government Support for Kids and Families

January 29, 2024

Our new "State of Kids and Families in America" report reveals how both voters and young people feel about the challenges and solutions facing families as we approach the 2024 election.

Giving Kids on Both Sides of the Atlantic a Seat at the AI Table

January 25, 2024

Our new global partnership with the leading UK children's organization will create opportunities for kids to inform the future of the digital world.

What We Learned About Kids and Media in 2023

January 3, 2024

Our team has identified areas that need more research in 2024.

What We Loved About Kids' Media in 2023

December 8, 2023

Our Best of 2023 lists reflect on the hits and misses of representation and celebrate memorable female characters and filmmakers, from Barbie to Ahsoka.

Championing Responsible AI for Kids and Families

November 15, 2023

Our new ratings and reviews of AI products will surface both opportunities and harms in the industry.

Meet Betsy Bozdech, Our Expert in Quality Media

November 7, 2023

Common Sense Media's Editorial Director, Head of Ratings and Reviews, shares her thoughts on censorship, quirky questions with her colleagues, and her passion for media.

Five Major Legislative Wins for Kids in California

October 30, 2023

From keeping kids safe online to supporting digital equity, Common Sense is ensuring healthier and safer digital futures for kids in California.

We Support the Freedom to Read

September 29, 2023

During Banned Books Week, Common Sense stands for empowering kids to choose what to read.

What Teens Want Adults to Know About Their Relationships with Smartphones

September 26, 2023

Young people find phones hard to resist, and the industry could do more to help them manage their responsibilities.