Does social networking harm student achievement?

05/8/2011 | Ananova (U.K.)

A U.K. survey found that 20% of parents believe student achievement might be suffering because of time spent on social-networking websites. Students spend an average of slightly more than two hours a day online, according to the results. The survey also found that children between ages 6 and 11 are more likely to use the Internet for games than homework.

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