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New York High School Students Strain Wi-Fi, Bandwidth

Last year, the New York City Education Department acknowledged that students' cell phones play larger roles as tools of learning and modern communication, and decided to lift its cell phone ban in public schools.

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Last year, the New York City Education Department acknowledged that students' cell phones play larger roles as tools of learning and modern communication, and decided to lift its cell phone ban in public schools. With the lifting of the ban, regulation is left to individual schools — opening the possibility of a shortage of bandwidth and slow Wi-Fi. (The New York Times)

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