Students are receiving their first cellphones or smartphones at a younger age. The devices can be an educational tool or a classroom distraction. Experts say it’s up to parents to establish rules for their kids, in and out of school.
Students are receiving their first cellphones or smartphones at a younger age. The devices can be an educational tool or a classroom distraction. Experts say it’s up to parents to establish rules for their kids, in and out of school. Fotolia Tribune News Service
Students are receiving their first cellphones or smartphones at a younger age. The devices can be an educational tool or a classroom distraction. Experts say it’s up to parents to establish rules for their kids, in and out of school. Fotolia Tribune News Service

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