Cell Phones Make Headway in Education

For checking schedules or taking quizzes, mobile gizmos show promise on the campus. But teachers fear they create barriers in the classroom

Cell phones have long been anathema in the classroom, banned as a potential distraction, at best, and as a possible vehicle for cheating, at worst. But lately, educators have begun changing their tune on mobile phones.

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