Who doesn’t have a cell phone these days?Cell phones are no longer specifically used for calling and texting. Cells phones have become a necessary item in our everyday lives. The modern cell phones are ground-breaking technology at the tip of your fingers. The real question is, Should students be allowed to use these devices at […]

The rise of technology in America has severely impacted the moral compass of teens. This issue is due to the rise of phone usage throughout school systems. There are differing points of views as to whether students should/shouldn’t be allowed to have phones during school hours. These bipolar views are mainly due to results in […]

“The rate of cell phone ownership among students between the ages of twelve and seventeen in the United States has increased rapidly, from 45 percent in 2004, to 71 percent in 2008, to 88 percent in 2016.” (Cell Phones in School). Cell phone ownership has been increasing over the years, even elementary students own a […]

The number of people who own cell phones has increased dramatically over the years. Cell Phones have evolved rapidly to the point that they are no longer used just for calling. Today’s smartphones are capable of texting, taking pictures, recording videos, playing games, and have full access to the internet and information. Smartphones have become […]