Since their arrival in schools, cell phones have been a source of annoyance, concern, and even scandal in cases involving a small number of Utah students, reports the Salt Lake Tribune. But while school administrators experience occasional heartburn over how creatively students might use their cell phones, some believe the time has come for teachers and school staff to work with technology used by students, not against it. At this month's meeting of the Utah Board of Education, board member Teresa Theurer warned fellow board members against restrictions on cell phones that might prove counterproductive as they craft a model


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