Schools Allow Cell Phones
Based on the article, which of the following statements is TRUE?
Catherine Carpela is concerned about having to monitor students' cellphone use at school.
All schools around the country have the same rules about students bringing cellphones.
Rebecca Smondrowski believes that there is no need for a rule allowing students to have cellphones.
A researcher found that most students do not get their first cellphones until after elementary school.
Which sentence from the article BEST supports the idea that it can be difficult to decide whether elementary students should be allowed to have cellphones?
She found that, on average, U.S. children get their first cellphones when they are about 10.
Other families are allowed to get special permission if a child needs to bring a cellphone to school.
"I think parents wrestle with this a lot: What is the right age to give a child a cellphone?" she said..
Patricia O'Neill, a county school board member, said the proposed change is "keeping up with the times."
Which option is an accurate summary of the section "Each School Has Its Own Rules"?
Teachers have said parents would understand that the school is not to blame if students' cellphones get damaged while in school.
Teachers, parents and students all believe that it would be easier to allow students to have their cellphones during class time.
Schools around the country are all trying to agree on the same rules for allowing students to bring their cellphones to school.
Schools, teachers and parents all have different rules and opinions about whether students should be allowed to have cellphones in school.
Read the paragraphs from the section "Digital Instruction Plays A Bigger Role." "More and more, as we're moving into a digital time and digital instruction is becoming greater and greater, this allows teachers to take advantage of resources when possible," said school board member Rebecca Smondrowski. Sherwin Collette, the district's chief technology officer, said the rule change is in line with a broader goal of allowing students to use their own devices to add to the other technology used for classroom instruction. "There is a benefit to the district as well," he said. Which sentence below explains the MAIN idea developed in these paragraphs?
They show that if students are allowed to bring cellphones to school, they could be used as part of class lessons.
They show that schools do not really want to allow students to have their cellphones in school.
They show that classrooms already have a lot of other kinds of technology, so cellphones are not necessary.
They show that teachers disagree about whether students are bringing their cellphones to school.
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.
Terms of Service