https://www.commonsensemedia.org/research/the-common-sense-census-media-use-by-kids-age-zero-to-eight-2017 Babies and young children are accessing and viewing media in new ways now that the majority of American families have mobile and internet-connected devices at home. Smartphones, tablets, and other devices also present new challenges and opportunities for parents introducing media to their kids for the first time.
http://civilrightsdocs.info/pdf/education/new-education-majority/New-Education-Majority-Summary-FINAL.pdf Black and Latino Parents and Families on Education and Their Children’s Future.
https://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/parentpoll2017_memo.pdf Findings from a National Survey of Public School Parents conducted for the AFT. Power point presentation https://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/parentpoll2017_ppt.pdf
http://www.mecd.gob.es/prensa-mecd/dms/mecd/prensa-mecd/actualidad/2015/08/20150804-presupuestos-educacion/TABLA-Presupuestos-Educaci-n-2002-a-2016/TABLA%20Presupuestos%20Educaci%C3%B3n%202002%20a%202016.pdf Desde 2013, la partida de becas se ha incrementado en un 22% en los presupuestos del Ministerio.
https://www.academia.edu/29405863/Romero_M.2014._Digital_literacy_for_parents_of_the_21st_century_children._Elearning_Papers_38_32-40 Parenting in the digital age is posing some new challenges to parents wishing to support their children’s development and well-being. From choosing digital games to deciding how many hours a day their offspring should be allowed to watch screens, parents have to take decisions and set policies on digital use.
http://www.pewinternet.org/2016/01/07/parents-teens-and-digital-monitoring/ Parents monitor their teen’s digital behavior in a number of ways, but using technical means like parental controls is less common.