1 online resource (85 pages).
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Cell phones should be banned in schools / Ron Kurtus -- Cell phones are disruptive in schools/parents must take action on cell phones in schools / Francis Childs -- Cell phone bans in schools may not be effective / M. Alex Johnson -- Storage services accommodate students facing cell phone bans / Kelly Bare -- Cell phones bans unfairly force students to pay for storage service / Francine Prose -- Campus safety must be considered if cell phones are allowed in schools / National School Safety and Security Services -- School administrators may confiscate students' cell phones / Lisa L. Swem -- Students have a right to privacy on cellphones if their cell phones are confiscated / Student Press Law Center -- Smartphones will benefit classroom learning / Anya Kamenetz -- Smartphones do not benefit classroom learning / Macleans -- Many students believe teachers do not trust them to use mobile devices in the classroom / Holly Korbey -- Teaching responsible cell phone use can begin in preschool and elementary school / Liz Kolb -- Children in elementary school are too young for cell phones / Marguerite Reardon -- Smartphones benefit learning in college classrooms / Mark Frydenberg, Wendy Ceccucci, and Patricia Sendall.
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