Anya Kamenetz

Education Correspondent, NPR; Author, The Art of Screen Time

Anya Kamenetz is an education correspondent for NPR and the author of several books. Previously a staff writer for?Fast Company?magazine, she has contributed to?The New York Times,?The Washington Post,?New York Magazine, and?Slate; commented for “PBS Newshour”; and appeared in documentaries on PBS and CNN. Kamenetz is the author of?The Art of Screen Time: How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media and Real Life; Generation Debt;?DIY U;?and?The Test. Named a 2010 Game Changer in Education by Huffington?Postshe has received several awards from the Education Writers Association and, with the NPR ed team, won the 2017 Edward R. Murrow Award for innovation. 

Videos/Audio of Anya Kamenetz

As technology advances into schools, and children grow up immersed in gadgets, apps, and social media, concerns about... See more
After The Atlantic ran a cover story with the headline “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation of Kids?” a spate of... See more