Why Phones Should be Eliminated in the Classroom By Zach Barber

Students in the classroom tend to pay attention more to their phones than their studies.

With the development of different apps, students have relied more on their phones for everyday life, which has led to addiction

With a ban on cell phones, it eliminates the chances of becoming addicted.

Studies have shown that cell phone addictions can lead to addiction in tobacco and alcohol.

Most Cell Phone addictions can start from using them in the classroom.

The School Board can help prevent this if they ban the use of cell phones in the classroom.

This can help not only the health of the students, but for a better environment in the classroom.


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