A new study by textPlus found that 43 percent of teens ages 13-17 say they text in class, and of that group, 17 percent of them say they do it "constantly," reports JSYK (Just So You Know). What's even more interesting is that only 26 percent of teens think it's wrong to text during a lesson, and over half of the students admit that they're texting friends in the same classroom. But the conversations aren't just about gossip and what's going on after school; 22 percent of teens say they've texted answers to their friends who have been called upon...

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