In the dark it would be much slower and more dangerous risk of grabbing your gun by the trigger when grabbing the gun laying on the night stand. Also, in the dark it would be very hard to use a key lock efficiently and would be very slow and inconsistent, I would think.
Students will also tend not to pay attention and use them for the greater good, as they do now. This debate about whether or not cell phones should be allowed for educational purposes will grow and continue to be controversial.
Photo from public domain. Cell phones are all around us. Most adults, teens and even kids as young as nine have cell phones. Cell phones used to be given to children by their parents as a way to get in contact with each other during an emergency. Now technology has changed so much that most kids have a phone just for the fun it can provide.
These bans started over a decade ago and they have been altered a few times since then, but they have never allowed students to have their cell phones in school. If the panel approves of this, the new law will take place on March 2.
By the ban being lifted it will now allow the principals of all NYC schools to decide if their students will be allowed to have their phones on them and if they will be allowed to use them. Many families feel that it is important for students to be able to have their cell phones on them in school in case of an emergency.
Families say that in a time of crisis they need to be able to get in touch with each other. Even though this factor would be a beneficial one, if cell phones are allowed in schools there will be a lot more negative factors than positive ones.
Cell phones in the classroom will serve as a distraction to kids learning. If cell phones were allowed in schools very few students would actually pay attention to what is being taught. Why would they pay attention when they could be talking with friends in another school or class, surfing the web, or playing games.
With the constant distraction of a cell phone going off and being out, many students could struggle with paying attention and staying focused in school.
Cheating on tests would also become a growing problem. In many schools, cheating is already a big problem.
If students are allowed to carry and use their cell phones, cheating would become easier. When kids go to school they should feel safe. The only thing that they should be worried about is their education.
However, with the issue of bullying occurring in so many schools a lot of kids go to school in fear. When students get bullied it can threaten their emotional and physical well being at school, it can also affect their learning.
If cell phones were to become allowed in schools, it would make bullying a lot easier. Rumors and news would spread ten times quicker than if no one had their cell phones on them. This faster form of bullying would make school even worse for the kids who are already bullied.
If the principals in schools want their students to succeed, they would allow their students to bring their cell phones into school but not carry them around or have them in any of their classes. By having their cell phones in school, students would be allowed to get in touch with their parents after school, and in case of an emergency.
At the same time however not being allowed to have them in class will allow students to focus and learn what they need to learn to succeed in life. It now means that those schools will no longer have the scanning.Students would not be able to use the devices during the school day in elementary schools unless a teacher permits them as part of classroom instruction, but students could use phones and tablets.
Guidance explaining the powers schools have to screen and search pupils, and to confiscate items they find. Students are not allowed to carry mobile phones to school. But why? A mobile phone can be used wisely according to the need in school. For example, a student is struck in a traffic jam while coming to school.
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