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Should schools ban students from having electronics?

  • No Personal Electronics At School

    Schools should ban students from having personal electronics on campus because they cause distractions that interfere with the learning environment. The gadgets should be left at home or locked up in a secure place until after the last bell. Their use should also be banned on school buses unless needed in an emergency.

  • They need to learn, not play

    Students should not have personal electronics within schools. It is too easy for them to zone out with their texting and social media and gaming and then not concentrate on the professors. Even supposedly secure tablets handed out by the schools are easily hacked by students and used for mischievous reasons in an environment supposedly for learning

  • No no no

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  • Electronics can be useful if when utilized properly.

    Of course it is rude to be playing games or messaging friends during a lesson. Some electronics, such as tablets and laptops, however, are very useful educational tools when utilized properly. Students can take notes and quickly access information. They can also record lessons to replay later. Photos can also be referenced as learning aids during lessons.

  • No, students should have access to electronics.

    Electronics are an essential part of the modern world. Most students have music players and cell phones they carry with them, and some even have tablets. While these devices should be put away during classes, it is perfectly okay for students to use them during breaks or lunch, and before or after school.


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