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Featured Interest Forum

Technology and Young Children Interest Forum
The Tech forum invites you to share your questions and resources related to technology and young children in the open forum. Pro tip: Tag your items with technology-related keywords! Learn how here

Key Resources from the Technology and Young Children Resource Library:
Screen Sense: Setting the Record Straight
Early Learning and Educational Technology Policy Brief
Position Statement: Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8