Mobile phones are banned in schools in New Zealand

Mobile phones are banned in schools in New Zealand

“We will ban phones in schools across New Zealand.”The announcement was made by Prime Minister Christopher Luxon, who took office this week.
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This measure aims to address the low literacy rate.

New Zealand's Conservative Prime Minister Christopher Luxon announced on Friday (1 December) a ban on the use of mobile phones in the country's schools, a measure aimed at tackling low literacy rates. The new Zealanders are familiar with the children who have received better results on Monday that concern alphabets, but the competitions of the children in the lecture and writing on your mind, at the point where certain children receive a “crisis” of education. .

“We will ban phones in schools across New Zealand. We want our children to learn and we want our teachers to teach us.”The announcement was made by the Prime Minister who took office this week. Christopher Luxon has made clear he will ban phones in schools within his first 100 days in office, adopting a policy that has already been tested in the US, UK and France. He pointed out that this measure aims to put an end to disruptive behavior and enhance students’ concentration.

Researchers from the New Zealand Education Center warned of a “literacy crisis” last year, finding that more than a third of 15-year-olds could barely read or write.

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