Thursday, 10 May 2012

Pupils face classroom mobile phone ban - Telegraph

Pupils face classroom mobile phone ban - Telegraph:

 "Sir Michael Wilshaw, chief inspector of the education watchdog, said disruption during lesson times was often down to the use of mobiles and that the issue had to be stamped out.
In an interview yesterday, the former headmaster revealed a tough new inspection regime would be introduced in schools from next term.
Under the reforms, schools risk being marked down for failing to tackle persistent interruptions such as text messaging, receiving calls and surfing the web on their phones."
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