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How Children Read Differently From Books vs. Screens

The New York Times · 7 min

Scrolling may work for social media, but experts say that for school assignments, kids learn better if they slow down their reading. In this pandemic year, parents have been watching — often anxiously — their children’s increasing reliance on screens for every aspect of their education.

My Daughter is Struggling in School

Slate · 10 min

Care and Feeding is Slate’s parenting advice column. In addition to our traditional advice, every Thursday we feature an assortment of teachers from across the country answering your education questions. Have a question for our teachers? Email askateacher@slate.

My Child’s Future Preschool Teacher Is a Conspiracy Theorist

Slate · 11 min

Care and Feeding is Slate’s parenting advice column. In addition to our traditional advice, every Thursday we feature an assortment of teachers from across the country answering your education questions. Have a question for our teachers? Email askateacher@slate.