Smart Parenting: Latest Back to School Tech and Tips

Tech has become the standard. By 2020, 1.7 trillion will be spent globally on devices and services. Public schools spend more than 3 billion per year on digital content. More state standardized tests for the elementary and middle grades are being administered via technology than by paper and pencil.  The goal is helping students become better prepared for modern workplaces.

While technology is vital to a child’s future, studies are showing tech addicted kids are more likely to suffer from social isolation, unstable mood, sleep disorders, and depression. It’s important for parents to control technology and create a dialogue over tech use.

Suzanne Kantra, founder and Editor-in-Chief of Techlicious is here to help with tips and the latest back to school tech for smart parenting.

Suzanne discusses:

  • Tech tips for smart parenting
  • The latest tech to arm your child at every age group
  • Parent controlled tablet to get your kid tech savvy the right way
  • Identity and online theft prevention
  • How to help students investigate and solve the most challenging equations and enhance their understanding of mathematics

About Suzanne Kantra, founder, Editor-in-Chief,

For the past 20+ years, Suzanne has been exploring and writing about the world’s most exciting and important science and technology issues. Most recently, Suzanne was the Technology Editor for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, where she hosted the radio show “Living with Technology.” Previously she served as Technology Editor for Popular Science Magazine. She has been featured on CNN, CBS, and NBC. Suzanne lives in New York City with her husband and three children. Follow her reviews and tips at

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