• For kids, digital life is real life. It's where they build friendships, take a stand on issues, and do so much more. Schools, educators and families with a commitment to digital citizenship can use the resources provided to find valuable tips and tools to share with communities. With research-backed resources covering a range of topics -- from online safety and cyberbullying to media balance and learning with technology -- you can easily find and share articles, videos, printable handouts, ready-made presentations, and more in your classroom, on your school's website or social feed, or at your next parent night.

  • About Digital Citizenship

    All students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices online and in life. Check out Common Sense award-winning K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum

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  • Resources for Parents

    Resources by age or topic, information and advice movies, apps, books. Your one stop for Parenting, Media, and Everything In Between

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  • Family Media Agreement

    A healthy media diet balances three things: what kids do, how much time they spend doing it, and whether their content choices are age-appropriate.

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  • Featured Research

    The mission of Common Sense Research is to provide parents, educators, health organizations, and policymakers with reliable, independent data on children's use of media and technology and the impact it has on their physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development.

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