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The average child born today will be more tech-savvy than their parents

The average child born today will be more tech-savvy than their parents
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The average child born today will be more tech-savvy than their parents by the time they turn 10.

They start using it younger and younger every decade and their brains aren't programmed the same as our parents, so they have a much quicker learning curve for new tech.

Plus, the survey says 48 percent of parents think technology will help further their child's education, which is even more prevalent now with all the distance-learning. 

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