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Unformatted text preview: likely to text in class several times a day,
and are more likely to say they never text, than are teens who attend schools that allow
cell phones at all times. Roughly 25% of teens take their cell phones to school and say they have made a phone
call on their cell phone during class, although most do so only infrequently. The data
show that 13% of teens who bring their cell phones to school make a cell call during
class less often than once a week and just 4% make such calls several times a week.
Another 4% say they make calls at least once a day and yet another 4% say they make
calls several times a day during class. There are few statistically significant differences
on this question by school regulatory environment. Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 145 Girls and older teens are more likely than boys and younger teens to take their cell Another 4% say they make calls at least once a day and yet another 4% say they make
calls several times a day during class. There are few statistically signi...
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