France bans smartphone use in schools during school hours

French school students will now have to leave their smartphones at home or switched off as lawmakers have voted for its ban, promised by President Emmanuel Macron in his election campaign. The ban on smartphones and other gadgets in the school will apply to students up to the age of 14-15 and will go into effect in the new academic session commencing this September. There are few exceptions under the new law. Schools can use smartphones for extracurricular activities and for disabled students

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