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Wealth disparity is coming to kids’ classrooms as “a digital divide.” As concerns about excessive screen time hit a fever pitch, affluent communities are coming together to limit device use and push for play-focused preschools.

Oct 30 2018

Wealth disparity is coming to kids’ classrooms as “a digital divide.” As concerns about excessive screen time hit a fever pitch, affluent communities are coming together to limit device use and push for play-focused preschools. Meanwhile, government-funded online-only preschools are coming to six states within the next year. And the “digital gap” grows as they age up: Common Sense Media found that low-income teens spend over eight hours on screens a day, roughly three hours more than their higher-income peers. (NYT)