This is a valid reason for keeping kids disconnected for as long as possible, in my opinion.
Many parents remain unaware of the negative implications unsafe internet access/use has on our children and yet feel the pressure by both their child and the school district to purchase a device for the child's use.
If any of these were isolated assignments that might be fine, because you could likely do them during lunch or right after school.
But in most cases, high school students today have several of these assignments made concurrently.
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