Common Sense gathered a who’s who of tech and media to help kids learn at home

Jenny Anderson
Common Sense gathered a who’s who of tech and media to help kids learn at home

Common Sense Media, a US-based nonprofit that rates media and technology for children and families, has launched a new, free platform to help. Wide Open School is a who’s who of trusted media sites for children—Khan Academy, National Geographic, Noggin, PBS, Scholastic, Sesame Workshop, Time for Kids, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Head Start—as well as a few less trusted ones, like YouTube. Its distribution partners are equally big names: Apple, Comcast, Google, Salesforce, and Zoom.