Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

There are few statistically significant differences

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Unformatted text preview: r phone on several times during the school day. Some 49% of both groups report such behavior. Teens who are not allowed to have a phone at school are more likely to say they keep the phone off during the school day, with one -third (32%) saying they never turn their phones on, compared with 21% of teens who can have phones at school but not in class, and 16% of teens who have fewer restrictions. More striking is the two -thirds of teens (64%) who tote their phones to school who say they have ever sent or received a text message during class. Nearly one -third (31%) of teens who take their phones to school text in class several times a day and another 12% of those teens say they text in class at least once a day. Fewer teens report that they place calls during class, though 4% manage to make calls from class several times a day and another 4% do so at least once a day. Fully 75% of teens who bring their phones to school say they never make calls during class time. One middle school boy describes texting i...
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