Technology columnist Troy Wolverton is confronted with real-life questions about age-appropriate social media as his oldest child enters middle school. Wolverton sought advice from experts. “Simply turning 13 doesn’t mean your child is ready for social media,” said Augusta Nissly, a program coordinator at the Family Online Safety Institute. “It’s more important to talk to your kids and assess their maturity.”
Technology columnist Troy Wolverton is confronted with real-life questions about age-appropriate social media as his oldest child enters middle school. Wolverton sought advice from experts. “Simply turning 13 doesn’t mean your child is ready for social media,” said Augusta Nissly, a program coordinator at the Family Online Safety Institute. “It’s more important to talk to your kids and assess their maturity.” Nam Y. Huh Associated Press file
Technology columnist Troy Wolverton is confronted with real-life questions about age-appropriate social media as his oldest child enters middle school. Wolverton sought advice from experts. “Simply turning 13 doesn’t mean your child is ready for social media,” said Augusta Nissly, a program coordinator at the Family Online Safety Institute. “It’s more important to talk to your kids and assess their maturity.” Nam Y. Huh Associated Press file

Troy Wolverton: At what age should kids start social networking?

August 19, 2015 08:21 AM

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