Disadvantage & advantage of student bring phone to school

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Disadvantage & advantage of student bring phone to school

By | October 2010
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Beginning-Cellular phones are becoming increasingly common in high schools, middle schools and even grade schools. Cell phone use in school is often considered a problem by parents and teachers, prompting many schools to ban cell phone use completely. While there are several significant disadvantages to allowing cell phones in school, there are also some legitimate reasons kids should be allowed to carry phones.

Advantage of student bring phone to school
Parent Communication
 One of the benefits of allowing cell phones in schools is that it allows parents to communicate with children at any time. In the past, parents often never knew where their children were until they came home. With cell phones, parents can check up on kids and arrange transportation or relay important information if necessary. Emergencies

 Cell phones can be an invaluable tool in emergency situations. For instance, if a student is severely injured or there is a crisis situation, cell phones can allow students to contact authorities for help. This can be especially important for students that drive to school.

Disadvantage of student bring phone to school
* With more and more attractive phones around in schools, there are good chances of phone snatching/theft. While this is applicable to any attractive or expensive item but it can be dangerous for the phone owner because snatcher can go crazy and/or may use some weapon. * Phone cheating on tests, provided the conditions. Mobile phone fraud is an open secret, and a message can be sent several students, a wide range of cheating.

* May cause distraction in lessons.Some students tat did not shut down mobile phone and suddenly a phone call, affecting all students to lecture. Will bring the classroom unpleasant emotions.

* Mobile phone radiation on people. Many ads only said that the number of advanced features mobile phone number, but never mention the human body injury. Growth and development of young people are...