Study: Parents May Be Relaxing On Cell Phone Use In Classrooms - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Study: Parents May Be Relaxing On Cell Phone Use In Classrooms

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WMDT 47 NEWS - Cell phones in classrooms? A new study suggests parents are relaxing on the idea for educational use.

According to a study from AT&T and Grunwald Associates, 71 percent of parents say mobile devices open up learning opportunities. Also, nearly 60 percent say cell phones engage students in the classroom.

Head to our Facebook page and let us know if you think your local schools should allow cell phone use for educational purposes.

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