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Smart Phone. Crazy Brain.

The importance of turning off

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Last week my daughter Lucia wrote a persuasive essay for her fifth grade writer’s workshop about why 8–11 year olds should have smart phones. Her essay was very persuasive. Among her arguments — “Parents think their kids are just surfing the internet, but really they are doing important research for their homework assignments.” Another one — “When your child is riding the bus home from…

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