95% of the population has had or has a phone. Phones are here to satay and we don’t have a choice by to deal with them, through the good times when service is going good and even the bad times when it wants to glitch out. these things have been a huge step in to the way of the future and have grown on all of us. Through the use of cell phones, keeping in touch with one another is as simple as pushing a button. Even when you can’t talk, cell phones make communication easy with the use of text messaging. With more sophisticated cell phones, you can also send pictures, video clips, listen to music, and even access the Internet. Some cell phones also provide access to calculators, maps, GPS devices and television.
Cell phones have undoubtedly become an integral part of modern society, and increasingly common among K-12 children and adolescents. According to a recent study conducted by Pearson Education, 82% of high school students use mobile devices regularly. Of course, with the increasing popularity of cell phone among students comes the sharply contested debate as to whether or not they should be allowed in classrooms.