Report: Most middle-school students can't use smartphones in class

A recent survey shows a disconnect between the number of middle-school students using smartphones to complete assignments after school -- 39% -- and the number who are allowed to use the devices in the classroom -- 6%. The Verizon Foundation report also shows that students who use laptops, tablets or smartphones in the classroom are more likely to be interested in science, technology, engineering and math fields.

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