French President Emmanuel Macron once made a campaign promise – no gadgets in the classroom. And, who would have thought, but he got his way.

The French Parliament has finally approved a bill banning the use of any technical device (smarter than a calculator) in secondary and primary schools.

Based on the law, children under 15 years of age will not be able to use any “smart” devices both in the classroom and during breaks. Teachers too.

The only exception to the rule is children with disabilities or developmental disabilities.

By the way, similar laws are already in force in Germany, Sweden and the UK. I wonder when our government will protect children from Internet addiction? [Engadget]

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