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'Minimum standards': Alberta Education bans personal mobile devices in classrooms

  • Alberta allowed school boards to establish varying cellphone rules due to concerns about disruptions to learning, with similar actions taken by other provinces.
  • The Alberta government, following Quebec, Ontario, and B.C., conducted a survey revealing 90% of stakeholders supporting limitations on cellphone use in schools.
  • Alberta Teachers' Association members backed restrictions on smartphones during instructional time, emphasizing the necessity of maintaining a focus on learning.
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