Gadgets Can Disrupt Learning Process

08/16/2002 | NYTimes.com

Problems with cell phones, portable video players and game units are more prevalent in upper grades, a report says. Some students use PDAs and cell phones to cheat on tests. Many school systems are working to create policies to deal problems related to the gizmos, including banning the use of the devices during school hours.

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