Would You Allow Your Child to Take a Cell Phone to School?

Would you allow your child to take a cell phone to school?

8%  Never. It's completely inappropriate.
4%  I'll let the school dictate the decision.
32%  Yes, on the condition that my child is responsible about turning it off during class time.
10%  When my child reaches a certain age, I would allow it.
45%  Definitely. I like knowing that I can reach my child whenever I need to.

5022 Total votes cast.

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