New research about students and technology is getting the attention of schools across the U.S.
Texting, tweeting and advancing to the next level of Candy Crush–all while the teacher is talking– is a recipe for slumping test scores, according to a new study from The London School Of Economics.
Researchers sampled 130,000 British students and saw a 6 percent increase in test scores when cell phones are banned. Underachievers saw an even bigger spike with grades improving by 14 percent.
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