Schools ease up on cell phones rules

09/30/2004 | NYTimes.com

As cell phones become more prolific, school districts are reversing their all-out bans of the 1990s to allow students to carry the devices, as long as they are not used in class. To prevent surreptitious text-messaging, some schools require students to keep their hands on top of their desks at all times.

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