Columbia County School updates Code of Conduct
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Wow! A school system that actually regulates electronic devices!! I’m impressed!
I have talked to several teachers and have been told that in high school, there are some classes where most students actually have their device out and ignore the teacher… the entire class. I have been told some teachers have given up trying to manage the whole device thing and just focus on teaching the students that want to learn. Maybe the new policy on this will be effective?