Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Maryland State Superintendents Oppose Bill Protecting Children

All 24 public school superintendents in the state of Maryland, including oMontgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Jack R. Smith, are opposed to legislation to protect children from computer vision syndrome and other consequences of unrestricted screen time in public schools.   
See this document obtained by the Parents Coalition of Montgomery County. 

This document curiously focuses on the radiation issues, rather than the myriad of other health issues related to screen use such as ergonomics, addiction, eye health and the lack of educational benefit.

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