School experiments with ‘No-tech Tuesdays’

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A private school group in Connecticut is imposing a moratorium on the use of technology every Tuesday in September. These “No-Tech Tuesdays” at may end up being jarring since studies show high school kids send an average of 50 texts a day during the school day , even though most schools ban them, according to Pew’s Internet and American Life Project . The school, which teaches …
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