Children can be trained to help teach technology and online skills.
With the right help, they can teach a computer to read the email.
Or, they could use a simple app to help them understand a speech or a sentence.
But how many kids are using these services and learning new skills?
A new study from The Economist finds that child education companies and online education providers have grown more popular in the last decade.
The Economist tracked the growth of each type of service over the past five years.
There was a significant increase in the number of online learning startups in the first half of the decade.
This year, there are about 40 online education startups.
That’s an increase of more than 300% from 2014.
What does this mean for child education startups?
There are some good reasons for this, said Jennifer Koss, the executive director of the nonprofit Child Education Foundation.
Companies are offering services that are designed for parents who want to get their children ready for school.
Some of these companies offer things like child development training and career development.
The other side of the coin is that the internet is a tool that can be used to teach kids online.
There’s a lot of innovation going on in this space and we’ve seen a lot more of it in the past few years.
Koss said she doesn’t believe the internet can replace classroom time.
However, she said the internet should be used for more than just classroom time and to help families with their needs.
The report also looked at what children learn online and the effectiveness of online education.
According to the report, more than 80% of children learned in school through apps.
The percentage of children who learned online was up from 68% in 2013.
The study also found that online learning is also growing faster than in-person learning.
In-person classrooms are still growing faster in terms of enrollment and enrollment growth.
About 1 in 4 students are enrolled in in-classroom learning through an app or tablet in the U.S. today.
In the past year, the number has doubled to about 1 in 5.
What can parents learn from this?
Koss believes that child development is the foundation of child learning.
“There are many benefits of using the internet, like having your child learn in a classroom and having them develop online,” she said.
“We also need to remember that technology is really good at teaching skills.
The more we can harness technology to help kids learn, the better off we will be.”