Tapping, Clicking, and Reading Through the Digital Wild West
In their new book, “Tap, Click, Read,” authors Lisa Guernsey and Michael Levine ask "How will kids ever learn to read when technology is everywhere?" They find answers in some surprising places.
Closing Achievement Gaps Where They Begin
West Virginia's universal pre-K program is in the spotlight at a national gathering of experts on early learning in Washington D.C.
It's Elementary: Playtime Equals Learning Time for Young Children
With elementary schools nationwide adapting their curricula to jibe with the Common Core, some parents and teachers argue that the littlest learners should be better prepared for the academic standards they will soon be required to meet. Others counter that increasingly structured schooling makes it even more important for younger kids to have some time […]
How Can Adults Help Young Children Learn From Screens?
In Mister Roger’s Neighborhood, experts gather to help educators, parents, and media developers make better decisions on kids and media.
Beyond Screen Time
Lisa Guernsey says national leaders have a lot to learn from practitioners on the ground in Pittsburgh, who are using technology to put kids in charge of their own learning.