Should Cellphones Be Banned in Schools?

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t is extremely common in today’s society to see people of all ages engaging in multiple types of activities on their cell phones. Whether we are in our own homes, driving on a highway, walking in a mall, or even in class, cell phones have become a part of our everyday lives. However, it has always been a controversy when it comes to the usage of cellphones in the. Many teachers and parents feel that this constant addiction to technology will be the ultimate bring down of their children intellectually! This is completely true and my overall reasoning for believing that cellphones should not be allowed in the classroom. They are a constant distraction and the usage of phones with internet services during class can bring about cheating and other negative actions! It would be much easier to limit students to cellphone usage only in the home than to watch them fail miserably at obtaining an education because they can’t focus.

Many students in today’s modern age are what some people call “cell phone addicts” They feel the need to send that unnecessary text to their friend in the middle of class just because they feel bored. For this reason teachers find cell phones distracting. If a student is texting during class they cannot put their full, undivided attention into what the teacher is saying, there for what is the point of trying to explain something to someone who isn’t paying attention. It is extremely frustrating for the educator! Teachers come to school to educate students because it is their job, and they find it disrespectful if a student isn’t listening. Many instructors do not oppose of texting in class because they are mean, or don’t want students to socialize, but rather for the student’s benefit. They are trying to prepare pupils for a good future and a successful life beyond high school. If students cannot contain themselves and stay focused during these four years, it will be impossible to get through college. After high school, no one is going to tell...
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