Inappropriate texting and picture messaging are so prevalent in some schools that administrators are trying to fight technology with technology, reports the Chattanooga Times Free Press. Dade County, Ga., Superintendent Patty Priest said the school system is looking into cell phone detectors that would alert teachers whenever calls are made or messages are sent. Earlier this month, the Dade County Board of Education discussed purchasing cell phone jammers to scramble cell signals at the Dade County High School, but after the meeting Priest learned the scramblers are prohibited by the Federal Communications Commission. "If you're sending text messages, you're not...

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