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Recent posts

Kids' Rights Are Human Rights
As a parent, I know the great dreams and aspirations I have for my children. I want them to be safe and healthy and learn the skills they'll need to succeed for a lifetime. I also know that far too... read more
Family Comes First
Family comes first. For parents, this idea is unquestionable. As individuals, we place enormous value on our family relationships. Unfortunately, as a country we fail to honor family values the way... read more
Why are tax-free diapers a commonsense idea?
This holiday season, low-income families with babies who live in Washington, D.C., are one step closer to getting a small but important gift, thanks to a bill approved by the city council and D.C.... read more
Encryption Survey Reveals Urgent Need for Student Privacy
From preschool through the 12th grade, educators across the country are harnessing the power of technology to enrich their students' learning. But as we embrace the enormous benefits tech can bring... read more
JR Starrett
Senior Director of National Advocacy
Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship Have Never Been More Important
While media and technology have great promise for learning, young people need support and education to learn how to make sound judgments when navigating the digital world. A recent report from a... read more
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Danny Weiss
(Previously) Vice President of Federal Policy
Closing the Homework Gap
As the year comes to an end, we are thankful for efforts this year by President Obama's Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the many organizations with which Common Sense Kids Action... read more
California’s "For Kids" Policy Gains
As we look back on the legislative year, we at Common Sense Kids Action are thankful for the progress we achieved for children and families in California. In the first year of our Common Sense... read more
JR Starrett
Senior Director of National Advocacy
A Digital Citizenship Model Policy for All Kids
As we draw closer to a time of year when we reflect on what we're thankful for the most, my attention focuses on our efforts to pass substantive digital citizenship legislation. Voices from parents,... read more


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