Should schools lift bans on student-owned technology?

School districts that have lifted restrictions on student-owned technology in schools are in the spotlight as experts wonder whether such a policy will lead to better teaching and learning. Those who have implemented the bring-your-own-technology policies have found many obstacles, including legal concerns and questions over how specific the policies should be.

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