Study shows more screen time for students but "app gap" exists

10/25/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A new study set to be released today from Common Sense Media shows children younger than age 8 are spending more time than ever in front of computer and television screens. The study, however, also highlights a new "app gap" between children from low-income families and their affluent counterparts, who more likely are to use mobile educational applications and games, but are less likely to have televisions in their bedrooms.

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