It might be the papercuts that did it

Kids read differently on screens & on paper.
Their brains seem to want to go deeper when reading paper material; they stay shallow when reading screens.
The temptation here is to engineer your way to a solution. Build a more paper-like screen. Or a more engaging one.
The big question, with no easy answers, is:
Since neither screens nor paper sheets come as "nature" to them, how did we end up nurturing the "screen = skippable, paper = important" mindsets?

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