Educators split on allowing iPods in schools

While most Indianapolis area high schools have banned the use of personal tech gadgets on campus, some administrators allow students to plug into their iPods during study hall. Gail Ring, director of Ball State University's Center of Technology in Education, supports study hall use since, she says, it's not harmful and today's teens are adept at multitasking.

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