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Education World: Schools, States Review Cell Phone Bans

Education World: Schools, States Review Cell Phone Bans | Cell phones in education | Scoop.it
Student Cell Phones: Should bans be lifted?
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Strict cellphone ban expected in Prince George's schools

Strict cellphone ban expected in Prince George's schools | Cell phones in education | Scoop.it
First it was a quick phone call in a bathroom. Then it was texting underneath the desk. Now it's video of fights and confrontations in hallways.
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Revisiting Cell Phone Bans in Schools -- THE Journal

Revisiting Cell Phone Bans in Schools -- THE Journal | Cell phones in education | Scoop.it
Twenty-four percent of K-12 schools ban cell phones altogether, and 62 percent allow phones on school grounds but ban them in the classroom, according to the most recent national data available.
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Cell Phones at School: Should They Be Allowed? - FamilyEducation.com

Cell Phones at School: Should They Be Allowed? - FamilyEducation.com | Cell phones in education | Scoop.it
The question of whether cell phones should be allowed in schools has been hotly debated over the years. Check out the pros and cons to permitting cell phones in school.
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School Safety: Cell Phones and Text Messaging in Schools

School Safety: Cell Phones and Text Messaging in Schools | Cell phones in education | Scoop.it
Cell phones, camera phones, texting, and school safety...
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The New York Times Upfront | The news magazine for high school

The New York Times Upfront | The news magazine for high school | Cell phones in education | Scoop.it
Should cell phones be banned in school?...
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