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Permanently?  Yes, I would object to that.

For the duration of the class or for the whole day? Sounds like a good idea.

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I'm not a parent, but if I were, I would commend a teacher for confiscating the phone and I would stand up and cheer if she disposed of it.


Figures... Democrats are very good at violating people's rights, Cowboy.

"...nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation."

The Constitution is rubbish?

Tsk, tsk, Cowboy, you just showed typical Democrat disdain for people's rights yet again.  :O

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I am no parent, but if they took away the cellphone permanently, I would try to fight to get it back (to return to where I got it from in the first place), if that doesn't work, deactivate that phone and not get  a new one, at least for a moment of time. Kids need to learn, first.

If they took away the phone for a moment of time, and I hear about it, depending on the circumstances, I would either do nothing or take it away for a longer period of time.

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