Tech-free week helps students discover other activities

A high-school English teacher in Tennessee challenged his students to go without technology for one week to encourage them to consider whether technology enhances or detracts from their life. While not all students accepted Stephen Womack's voluntary challenge, those who did said they found time to play board games with their families, read books, sleep and participate in other activities.

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