Teachers Hope to Ban Cell Phones in Schools

About 12 years ago, the first “Handys” snuck into school classrooms - and stayed there, distracting students and frustrating teachers. The effects can no longer be denied.

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Julia Seidl
Julia started out at "Die Presse." She went on to study "Journalism & Media Management" in Vienna and worked for several local news outlets such as ORF, Kurier and Falter before joining Metropole as online content and social media manager.

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