Should UK schools relax technology restrictions?

11/19/2012 | Guardian (London), The

The writer of this blog post suggests schools in the United Kingdom should lift bans on students' use of mobile phones and social media. Stephen Carrick-Davies, who became chief executive of the children's Internet charity Childnet International in 2003, writes that ever-changing technology demands schools keep pace to provide the most effective education for students. He also lauds efforts to teach students about e-safety over the past decade.

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