Usage of cell phones is no longer restricted to adults, even children use them extensively nowadays. But, the proliferation of cell phone among children is making school authorities feel worried as quite a few children have started bringing their phones to school.
As a result, the issue of whether schools should allow children to bring their phones to the classroom has become a hotly debated topic.
Read our ClipBook to gain a deeper insight into the issue and form your own opinion.
It’s a rite of passage for parents of tweens: By the time your child is 10 or 12, she decides that she have a cell phone because if she can’t text and talk to her friends her social life will be 'ruined'.
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A parent can learn about all the things that a kid encounters online, and then if the parent understands what it is, it's very easy to have that conversation with the child.
Students are developing a strong connection with their mobile phones, which is leading to a massive loss in their concentration and time spent in studies.
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