I plan on showing you one side of the because it is considered an infringement of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution while others argue it is used to conceal inappropriate material (Aliprandini and Sprague).
The banning of books in the school curriculum has also been debated because some parents see certain books as inappropriate, while others argue that banning books hinders student learning.
In his October 10, 2009 article “Schools Should Embrace Cell Phones as Learning Tools Instead of Banning Them,” A. Dean argues that cell phones are useful to A new set of school legislation has been put in place regarding cell phones in various parts of the country.
These laws state that the use of cell phones is prohibited for students during the school day.
If cell phones are allowed out in school, phones would be stolen more often than not. Inequity would emerge as a huge problem for schools, solely for the fact that not everyone can afford top-of-the-line cell phones (“Students Should Be Allowed”).
If a student is flaunting the latest edition of the i Phone, chances are someone will seize the opportunity to be permissible for college students.
Several years ago, a study found that 95 percent of snacks and drinks available in school vending machines and cafeterias are unhealthy.
Only 2 percent of the foods offered at schools are fresh or dried fruit.
Whether for entertainment, communication, research or reference, cell phones are used throughout the day in various capacities.
Nevertheless, cell phones have not been embraced in all aspects of life, namely during school.