The number of parents’ financial online education sites has grown from a few dozen sites in the 1990s to more than 1,000 today, according to a report from Pew Research Center.
The study, titled “Parenting Online: How Online Parenting has Impacted Our Families and Our Children,” found that the number of online educational sites has doubled since the early 2000s.
According to Pew, about 8 percent of Americans now have a child who is enrolled in a parent’s financial education site.
That number has more than doubled since 2005, and the sites that have grown the most are the ones that cater to young children.
The sites that offer online education for parents include financial education sites, parenting tools, and educational apps.
A full list of the sites surveyed is below.
Some of the top sites for parents: Aetna, the largest provider of financial education in the United States.
It’s the largest financial education provider by the number-one provider of education for young children, according the report.