My phone buzzes for the third time during a meeting with the head of the department at the university where I teach. “Do you need to get that?” he asks. I flush, realizing that my screen is plastered with notifications from the online journal of my older daughter’s classroom and the Twitter feed from my younger daughter’s classroom.
"Technology Allows Us to Monitor Our Kids Around the Clock. But Should We?" is from the May 22, 2017 Lifestyle section of The Washington Post. It was written by Elizabeth Small and narrated by Sam Scholl.