"Educational" TV isn't necessarily "quality" TV, and while the government can demand that broadcasters offer shows with curriculum and goals, it can't enforce that they be any good.
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If we as parents, educators and developers want to maintain quality children's educational apps, it's time to take a step back and reassess our expectations: $.99 is not sustainable.
Flurry Analytics, the leading provider of app analytics, recently decided to no longer allow its services to be used by apps for children.
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