Worth digging into the Joan Ganz Cooney Center’s comprehensive report on kids’ social media habits, including the increasing numbers, case studies of social media sites, and the need to learn more about how social networking affects kids’ learning and development.

A growing number of kids at increasingly younger ages are engaging in online social networking today–a development that is leading to a surge of news stories, media attention, and economic investment.

Read more at: www.joanganzcooneycenter.org

  • @Loise, you make $27h thats great going girl good for you! My story is that I quit working at shoprite to work online, seriously I couldn’t be happier I work when I want and where I want. And with a little effort I easily bring in $35h and sometimes even as much as $85h…heres a good example of what i’m doing,Fox92 do t c OM

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