Teachers: UK students bring gadgets to class, but not pens

Students in the United Kingdom are bringing electronic devices such as cellphones and iPods to class, but sometimes lack basic supplies such as textbooks and pens, teachers say. Some schools have gone so far as to enter into agreements with parents, requiring them to ensure that students are properly equipped to learn. Officials recently gave teachers new powers to confiscate electronics that distract students from learning.

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