7 regular people who went undercover in high school found teachers face an unprecedented obstacle— and it’s an uphill battle

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  • Seven young adults went undercover as students at a Kansas high school for the show “Undercover High” on A&E.
  • They found that smartphones have made it harder and harder for teachers to do their jobs.
  • Students are constantly distracted by phones in class, even though the school has a no-phone policy.

At Highland Park High School, technology is a double-edged sword.

On one hand, computers and Smart Boards have transformed the way teachers can convey information in the classroom.

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