kids and cell phones

The chart below from a study of over 20,000 Massachusetts children and their self-reported phone ownership shows that 20% of third grade boys have cell phones, rising to almost 90% by the time you reach high school.
As a technologist, this doesn’t surprise me at all. As a non-parent, I am a little surprised that so many young children have cell phones. 
  • Do your kids have phones?
  • What do they use them for and how do you monitor their usage, if at all?

    via cnet and the atlantic

    Published by Steve Banfield

    Kentucky born, Seattle based. Entrepreneur. Team Builder. Photographer.

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