Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Cellular Politics

Today's NY Post reports that Mayor Bloomberg's cell-phone ban faces veto-proof opposition. City parents should be happy. There's nothing quite so inefficient as trying to get a message to a teacher, let alone a student, on DoE telephones.

The city council says kids may be required to leave phones at the door, but they must be given back. It's better to simply ban their use in school with confiscation as a result of abuses. After enough inconvenient school visits, parents will make sure their kids don't do it again.

And if you're a teacher, you better keep your eyes open.

Thanks to Schoolgal.
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