New Study Explores the Online Behaviors of U.S. Teens and 'Tweens

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on August 14, 2007

Press release: “A new study released today by the National School Boards Association and Grunwald Associates LLC exploring the online behaviors of U.S. teens and ‘tweens shows that 96 percent of students with online access use social networking technologies, such as chatting, text messaging, blogging, and visiting online communities such as Facebook, MySpace, and Webkinz. Further, students report that one of the most common topics of conversation on the social networking scene is education.”

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