With schools returning online in the fall, plan your strategies for screen time, creating routines, designing school spaces, and working in regular weekly mental breaks.
Not all remote learning solutions are created the same. Here is our list of which apps are safe for kids—and which ones you should avoid.
Yes, coronavirus is a crisis. But even a crisis shouldn’t be wasted. Here are some ways to help your kids continue to grow & develop during this strange time we’re in.
Get your free copy of the first-ever Child Online Safety Index. See how each country compares when it comes to keeping their kids safe online.
Author and activist Sue Scheff talks about the latest trends in cyberbullying and online harassment, and how kids can protect themselves online.
The first step in keeping our schools safe is raising empathetic, emotionally-aware kids.
“Reviving Ophelia” author Mary Pipher talks with DFI about how adolescent and teen girls can take control of their digital lives— and what adults can do to help.
Learn the latest research to help kids & teens navigate today’s high-tech threats & take control of their digital lives. Updated regularly.
See what’s new and how we’re making it even easier for kids to take control of their digital lives.
What the latest research tells us about emotional intelligence & teen substance use. From the Winter 2018 edition of NASRO’s School Safety publication.
DFI instructors made some incredible gains last year helping kids around the country. Here’s a look at what we accomplished together.
E-cigarette marketers know how to trick teens into becoming lifelong addicts, and the levers are hidden in plain sight.
Is teenage drinking just a rite of passage, or a gateway to serious substance abuse problems? What the data shows may surprise you.