High School Students Use 90 Percent of Class Time for Games and Porn on Their Laptops. The Remaining 10 Percent Doesn’t Exist Because They Can’t Add

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high school studentsNORTH BERWICK, Maine — A group of high school students sit in math class on a typical day. The teacher writes algebraic equations on the blackboard, explaining each variable as she goes along. While some students are sitting at their desks, laptops closed and listening intently to the lesson, others are busily engaged with their computer screens — pupils wide and fingers tapping on the condensed keyboard. Some are playing games, while others download movies, chat on Facebook or even view pornography — all on the school’s Internet network. At the end of class, the students delete their laptop history. This scenario is what Cheryl Hunter and her high school daughter are asserting occurs every day at Noble High School as students use their school-provided laptops for nonacademic ventures.  (read more at the Bangor Daily News)

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