Students at Mass. high school face ban on listening to iPods

09/19/2010 | MetroWest Daily News (Framingham, Mass.)

A Massachusetts high school wants to ban students from listening to iPods and MP3 players at school -- sparking a student Facebook protest. The policy still requires a school board vote. However, officials already have banned the devices, saying they are a distraction to student learning. Students say they should be able to listen to music because it helps them focus on their work.

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