Quotation by Kenneth Keniston

In the end, the fate of children depends on our ability to use technology constructively and carefully. The connection of children and technology is not simply a matter of seat belts, safe toys, safe air, water and food, additive-free baby foods, or improved television programming. These are all important issues, but to stop here is to forget that today's children will soon be adults. Technological decisions made today will determine, perhaps irrevocably, the kind of physical and social world we bequeath them and the kind of people they become.
Kenneth Keniston (20th century), U.S. professor, human development. All Our Children, ch. 3, The Carnegie Council on Children (1977).
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