Cellphones become more accepted at schools but pose challenges

Some Ohio administrators say the use of cellphones in schools has become more acceptable, and educators say they understand that most students have the devices at school. However, many districts have adopted policies that require students to keep the phones quiet and out of sight during the school day. Officials often must weigh the benefits of having the phones at school as an educational tool with the negatives, such as the potential for illegal activity.

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News-Herald (Lake County-Willoughby, Ohio), The

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