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Statistics on Cell Phone Usage in School

Mentioned below is a mix of both positive and negative statistical data that can throw some light on the current usage of cell phones in school going teens. Study reveals a lot of facts. On one hand where teens use cell phones for cheating and capturing inappropriate videos and pictures, they also use cell phones to inquire about classes and school work. Study also reveals that as compared to boys, girls are more active in using cell phones for texting and calling. Not only this, having a cell phone is considered to be the second most important status symbol among teens, their clothing being the first one. With cell phones becoming more of a necessity to maintain social status than a communication device, it is very difficult to convince the students to stop using them in schools completely. A report revealed that most of the students carry their cell phones within the school premises by breaking them in parts, that is, separating the battery from the body and so on. Have a look at some more interesting facts about cell phone usage.

✏ Talk about banning the usage of cell phones in schools, studies reveal that almost 65% of the teenagers that have cell phones, use it in their school premises..., schools that have completely banned cell phone usage!

✏ Talk about misusing cell phones in school, it has been found out that almost 35% of the students admit using their cell phone for cheating purposes. On the other hand, 66% of the students agree that other students use their cell phones for cheating!

✏ What was more amusing to read was that 23% of teens using cell phones in school, do not consider 'texting questions' to their friends as cheating. And what was more funny, was that 19% of the cell phone owning students didn't consider 'surfing the internet to find answers' as cheating! Well, there was a positive news... 48% of the teens have used their cell phones to warn their friends against pop up quizzes, I guess...
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