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Suburban schools take different tactics on students' cellphone use

After principals in Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202 presented a plan to allow students to use cellphones between classes, the board stuck with their current policy of no use at all during the school day. WBEZ Northwest Indiana reporter Michael Puente has been covering the story in Plainfield’s district and explains why the board didn't change the policy. We hear from other suburban districts about their policies for cellphones and other electronic devices. Photo: Flickr/Yutaka Tsutano

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