Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

Six in ten teens 60 say they have their phone turned

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Unformatted text preview: ribe what feels like arbitrary enforcement or a lack of clarityand Mobile Phones | 140 Teens around school rules for mobile phones. "I don ’t text much in school. And we don ’t really have, and our rules are just like whatever the teachers feels like," said one younger high Some teens describe what feels like arbitrary enforcement or a lack of clarity around school rules for mobile phones. "I don ’t text much in school. And we don ’t really have, and our rules are just like whatever the teachers feels like," said one younger high school -age boy. "Some teachers give it to you at the end of the day, some after class, some keep it over the weekend if it ’s like, Thursday or Friday." Others described schools "giving seniors leeway" with phones and teachers playing favorites or looking the other way around cell phone enforcement. Said one middle school girl, "At my school, it ’s kind of messed up, but if you ’re one of the favorites, and I ’m one of the favorites with some of my teachers, they just let you us...
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