Schools no longer are no-cellphone zones | The Columbus Dispatch

More schools are embracing what was once considered a disruptive force in the classroom: cellphones.

Districts have relaxed their rules, allowing students to plug into their phones, iPods and other electronic devices during lunch, recess or class time when permitted by a teacher.

via Schools no longer are no-cellphone zones | The Columbus Dispatch.

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