Tips for parenting kids with smartphones, New effort to improve inclusivity in courts

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First, a UW-Madison researcher offers advice to parents on navigating children with access to smartphones. Then, we hear about a new initiative in Ohio to expand diversity, equity and inclusion in the courts.

Featured in this Show

  • When is the best time to give a child a smartphone?

    Smartphones can be lifelines for children as they begin to navigate the world, but they also expose them to new dangers, distractions and risks. The head of UW-Madison’s Social Media and Adolescent Health Research Team offers parents advice on when and how to give their child a smartphone.

  • Ohio creates state Supreme Court's first director of diversity, equity and inclusion

    Adrianne Fletcher is Ohio Supreme Court’s first director of diversity, equity and inclusion. How does this role change discrimination in the courtroom? And could it be beneficial to Wisconsin? We hear from the new director on DEI efforts in Ohio.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Mackenzie Krumme Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Dr. Megan Moreno Guest
  • Adrianne Fletcher Guest

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