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You have a list of your child's teachers and classes. You've figured out the bus schedule or carpool arrangement. You've even glanced at the lunch schedule. But how about this one: Do you know what... read more1 comment |
For many teachers, the start of a school year brings a mix of old and new: new students, new classroom supplies, old textbooks, and probably an old mix of excitement tinged with trepidation about how... read more0 comments |
We encourage Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner to sign HB 3449, the Geolocation Privacy Protection Act, into law. If signed, this bill will safeguard the privacy of children in the state by protecting the... read more0 comments |
Kids and teens today are using the immense power of digital media to explore, connect, create, and learn in ways never before imagined. With this power, young people have extraordinary opportunities... read more0 comments |
Earlier this year, Common Sense Kids Action introduced our federal Common Sense Legislative Ratings, designed to highlight bills in Congress that affect the core building blocks of opportunity for... read more0 comments |
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 more0 comments |
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 more0 comments |
In a small farming community in California's Salinas Valley in 2015, parents and community leaders were trained how to protect their children from the dangers of pesticides. Farther south, in the... read more0 comments |