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A January study by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that kids spend an average of 7.5 hours a day in front of a screen.
The knee-jerk response is to lament those lost hours and hatch schemes to pry the kids’ hands from their keyboards. If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em: Let kids stare at a computer screen until their eyeballs fall out, but add more educational material to the mix.
She said nothing, but he was cute and looked great in those yoga pants she wore…so off to a yoga class I went.
Rolling into a class, they call it a “studio”, whatever, was equally annoying. I take from this experience a newness with me and an appreciation for the practice that I’ll most likely never fully understand, but good things are like that, not meant to be understood, only held in the best of esteem.
Nationwide, 17 percent of high school students report having taken an online course for school in the last year; another 12 percent say they took a class on their own time.
Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, co-author of , a seminal 2008 book about online education, estimates that half of all high school courses in the United States will be consumed over the Internet by 2019.
Meanwhile, everything the Internet touches gets better: listening to music on i Tunes, shopping for shoes at Zappos, exchanging photos on Flickr.