Why Kids Shouldn T Have Phones In School Research

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Why kids shouldn 't have there phones in school. Well they should and they shouldn 't. But I think they should and shouldn 't at the same time. I will be explaning why I think kids should have both phones in school and not be used in school. Its important to have your phone and when your in schools i think its time to just give your phone a break for a few hours and just pay attention.
First thing i think about phones in school is that kids shouldn 't to hide their phones to text, play games or, anything else. I mean don 't get me wrong I would use my phone in school but I rather learn then fail. But I 'm arguing about how kids should have their phones in school than no school. Well its kids need their phones just in case of anything maybe their parents are calling them for important things that they need to know while there in class. What if there 's and tornado and the school didn 't now but your mom and dad say it and they texted you or call you during class and …show more content…

Second reason is that using phones are important in school. I think cell phones should be allowed in school because if you forget something at home you could call your parents to bring it to school. Like when you forget your homework. Also when your staying at school and you forget to tell your parents that your staying at school, and or you want to go somewhere after school to hang out with your friends. And i also think what if your friends have something of yours that was for that class and he had it because he didn 't do the homework and he forgot it so you let him copy it and you needed it now you could text your friend to give it to you.
Schools often don 't have enough computers to go around, so why shouldn 't kids with cell phones be able to use theirs? It would let others use the technology available, so that there is enough to go around. Cell phones are technology of this century, with new responsibilities. Kids should learn how to harness this new method of learning to power our

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