Parenting: The Endless Battle Over Kids & Screen Time


Parenting: The endless battle over kids and screen time
by Karen D’Souza, Bay Area News Group

…Kids under nine spend about two hours a day in front of the computer, phone, or television screens, an amount that has held steady in recent years, according to Common Sense Media…more

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