What if the digital world worked better for its youngest users?
Media and technology are at the very center of our lives today—especially our children’s. The content they consume and create has a profound impact on their social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development, which has made learning how to use media and technology safely and responsibly an essential skill for life and learning.
At the second annual Truth About Tech conference in Washington, D.C., Common Sense is leading the conversation around the present—and future—of kids' digital well-being. By engaging policymakers, educators, technologists, and child health experts, we can work together to identify and back solutions for technology that supports its youngest and most vulnerable users: kids.
In partnership with Georgetown University, Common Sense is convening a broad range of experts across sectors to reflect on these ever-evolving issues, explore new opportunities, and learn from each others' successes, challenges, and unique perspectives.