The Living and Learning with Mobile Devices: What Parents Think About Mobile Devices for Early Childhood and K–12 Learning (public report) from Grunwald & Associates  is available for download from the link above or from their website at


About The Living and Learning with Mobile Devices Study

The findings are based on a robust, nationally representative survey of parents of children aged three to 18, conducted by Grunwald Associates LLC in collaboration with the Learning First Alliance and with generous support from AT&T. Basic technology ownership and usage data were collected online from 2,392 parents, representing 4,164 children in November 2012. Quotas were set for the core sample population to match the composition of the U.S. population of parents by household income, ethnicity and geographic region. This sample composition also was balanced to match U.S. Census data on child ages and grade levels, based on National Center for Education Statistics data on the population of pre-K–12 public school students. All differences reported between groups of parents in this report are statistically significant at the 95 percent level of confidence (p < 0.05).

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