Making Kids Our Nation's Top Priority

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Connecting Kids and Teachers in the New Digital Age
Common Sense Kids Action recently filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission, urging it to maintain current efforts to bring high-quality broadband to classrooms and libraries. E-rate... read more
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Ariel Fox Johnson
Senior Counsel, Policy & Privacy
New Report: "Inside the Kids' Privacy Zone"
For over a decade, Common Sense has helped kids, families, educators, businesses, and policymakers navigate the rapidly changing technology world, including protecting kids' privacy. Since we started... read more
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JR Starrett
Senior Director of National Advocacy
Future of Bipartisan E-Rate Program Unclear Under FCC Chairman Pai
The federal E-rate program plays a critical role in allowing kids to harness the power of technology in schools and libraries across the country. The program, celebrated by Republicans and Democrats... read more
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Tell FCC Chairman Pai to keep his promise: Keep our kids connected
The federal E-rate program plays a critical role in allowing kids to harness the power of technology in schools and libraries across America. The program, celebrated by Republicans and Democrats,... read more
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JR Starrett
Senior Director of National Advocacy
Common Sense Kids Action and SETDA Release Paper on Broadband Leadership
Common Sense Kids Action and the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) have released a new report, State K–12 Broadband Leadership: Driving Connectivity and Access. The report... read more
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Getting the Word Out About $$ for High-Speed Internet in Schools
Almost every school in America has access to the Internet. Sounds pretty good, right? Well, consider this: More than 60 percent of America's schools don't have adequate Internet capacity -- not fast... read more
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